Revocable Living Trust

By: Danielle Streed & Assoicates, PLLC  08/14/2014

A Revocable Living Trust avoids Probate proceedings at the time of death. A Trust is private. It can control the age(s) of distribution to protect a special needs beneficiary or a spend thrift beneficiary.

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