Description: A revocable living trust––sometimes simply called a living trust––is a legal entity created to hold ownership of an individual's assets. The person who forms the trust is called the grantor or the trustmaker, and they also serve as the trustee of this type of trust in most cases, controlling and managing the assets they've placed there.
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Description: A revocable trust is helpful since it provides flexibility and income to the living grantor (also called the trustor). Provisions of the trust can be changed, and the estate will be transferred to ...
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Description: A revocable family trust is simply a living trust that you set up for purposes of providing benefits and protection for your assets and for your family members. Revocable trusts are set up during your lifetime. They are an alternative to an irrevocable trust, which cannot be altered or changed. Revocable trusts can be modified to fit your needs ...
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Description: A revocable family trust allows the Trustors to make changes to the trust, or to revoke or terminate the trust if they choose to do so during their lifetime. Once the first spouse dies, however, the trust becomes an irrevocable family trust that cannot be changed or terminated by the surviving spouse.
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Description: Revocable Living Trust definition: A revocable living trust is funded while the trustor is living. Benefits of revocable living trusts are that they are not subject to probate, and the trustor maintains control of the account and is able to make changes while living.
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Description: A Revocable Living Trust Defined. At the most basic level, a revocable living trust, also known simply as a revocable trust, is a written document that determines how your assets will be handled after you die. Assets can include real estate, valuable possessions, bank accounts and investments.
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Description: A joint revocable trust is a single living trust created by a married couple together. The couple’s assets are transferred into ownership of the trust and managed by a Trustee. A joint revocable trust specifies that, while both spouses are living, the assets, income, and principal of the trust are payable to one or both of spouses as they choose.
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Description: The concept of a family trust—also known as a revocable living trust—isn’t very well understood by many people.The differences between a trust and a simple will, for instance, are frequently confused.. While it’s somewhat more time consuming—and therefore, more expensive—to have a family trust prepared than a will, there are significant benefits of the trust for many individuals.
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