advice, guidance, and drafting, a living trust can be an important part
of estate planning and can provide an individual and his or her family
with various advantages. This pamphlet addresses the following questions
related to revocable living trusts:
• Is a living trust the same as a living will?
• What is the difference between a living trust and a testamentary trust?
• How is a living trust established?
• Who are the parties to a living trust?
• Is a lawyer necessary?
• What can a living trust accomplish?
• Will a living trust avoid probate?
• What can’t a living trust accomplish?
• Is a living trust a substitute for a will?
• Are trust assets protected from the costs of long-term care?
Prepared by: Estates and Probate Section
Publication Year: 2004
Size: 8.5 in. x 3.5 trifold pamphlet
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