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 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 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: While a revocable trust offers flexibility, allowing the Trustor to add or remove assets, or change any of the trust’s terms he likes at any time. By contrast, an irrevocable trust is a rigid estate planning tool that offers a number of financial benefits not provided by a revocable trust.
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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: A revocable living trust becomes irrevocable when the grantor dies because the grantor is no longer available to make changes to it, but a revocable trust can be designed to break into separate irrevocable trusts at the time of the grantor's death for the benefit of children or other beneficiaries.
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Description: A revocable trust is a popular estate planning tool that, when structured and funded appropriately, allows assets to pass outside of probate court to one or more named beneficiaries when the trust's creator (called the grantor or settlor) passes away. In most cases, the grantor is also the initial trustee, or the manager of the trust.
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Description: How a Revocable Trust Works. The grantor is the person who creates the trust and funds it with personal assets. As far as the Internal Revenue Service is concerned, trust property belongs to the ...
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Description: To recap, living revocable trusts do not need EINs. Instead, these trusts use the SSN of the trust grantor. However, after the death of the trust grantor, the living revocable trust instantly becomes an irrevocable trust, and that will require an EIN to perform such actions as accessing the trust’s funds, etc.
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