19 May Is It Quicker and Cheaper to Settle an Estate in Which a Revocable Living Trust Was Used?
Is it quicker and cheaper to settle an estate in which a revocable living trust was used?
Whether or not you have a validly executed Will, your estate will go through Probate to the extent that you die owning assets in your name. “Probate” is the legal process through which a deceased person’s affairs are formally settled. Watch the videos on Probate to learn more. What’s important here is that, yes, you can avoid probate with a carefully drafted and executed estate plan, which will include one or more trusts. “Planning with Purpose,” Haimo Law (HaimoLaw.com) can help you plan for and protect your family and your business’s interests for the immediate and long-term future. Together, we can take advantage of incredible tools and techniques that are available to you right now. Call us for wills, trusts, probate, asset protection and business planning. Haimo Law offers premium professional representation at an affordable price. Alternative fee arrangements are available upon request. We are reliable, approachable, honest, hard-working and attentive. Helping your family and business is our priority. We look forward to meeting and exceeding your expectations.
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