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: Revocable beneficiaries do not have guaranteed rights to receive compensation from an entity such as an insurance policy or a trust fund. Most life insurance policies name revocable beneficiaries.
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Description: The beneficiary can be an individual or a revocable trust, meaning a trust that you as the grantor can change or revoke. The point of doing so would be to give the beneficiary clear legal title to the assets, without the complications of probate or the delay involved in inheriting through a will.
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Description: When the grantor of a revocable trust dies, the trust lives on indefinitely to carry out the grantor’s wishes. Of course, the trust should provide for successor trustees at the death of the ...
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Description: By placing assets (such as a home, cabin or business interest) in a revocable trust, or by naming the trust as the beneficiary on non-probate accounts, such as life insurance or brokerage accounts ...
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Description: Amending a revocable living trust is surprisingly easy—just one of the many benefits of using one as the foundation of your estate plan. In fact, trusts are easier to tweak than wills when you're scrambling to keep up with life's events, and you have three options for doing so.
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Description: A revocable living trust is a popular estate planning tool that you can use to determine who will get your property when you die. Most living trusts are “revocable” because you can change them as your circumstances or wishes change. Revocable living trusts are “living” because you make them during your lifetime.
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Description: This article provides a recommended legal course of action to be followed in administering a probate estate which has an inter-vivos revocable trust as a beneficiary. In these instances, the attorney representing the fiduciary must be aware of the potential conflict of interest issues which arise if the personal representative is also designated to serve as the successor trustee of the ...
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