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On the offense: Avoiding Probate with a Living Trust

A living trust…what exactly is it? Also known as a revocable trust or an intervivos trust, a living trust is established during your lifetime. Similar to a will, it spells out how your assets will pass to your beneficiaries. The major difference between the two is that a will has to be entered into probate, while a living trust bypasses probate (if properly funded)… Click HERE to read more!

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