Revocable Living Trusts
Living Trusts are legal document that holds title or ownership to your real property and assets. They provide instructions for what you want to happen to your assets when you die as well as if you become incapacitated. When you create a Revocable Living Trust you transfer ownership of your assets to the trust, which is typically called “funding”. Unlike a will, when you die having a trust that is properly funded, your estate will not go through probate, will remain private, will be administered more quickly and less expensively, and can even provide you continued control over your assets.