Wills and Trusts
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Wills and Trusts
Wills and trusts are both estate planning tools that can help ensure your assets are protected and passed on to your heirs.
A will is a written document expressing a deceased person’s wishes, to provide for a spouse, children, other loved ones, and pets after his or her death as well as to name a personal representative for the estate. A will becomes active only after one’s death. Wills are required to go through the probate process where a court administrator examines the will. This process has the potential to be lengthy if family members contest the will. A living will provide’s instructions should you become incapacitated and incapable of making decisions regarding your medical care.
Types of Wills:
- Formal Will
- Holographic Will
- Living Will
- Self-Proved Will
- Statutory Will
- Writings Intended as Wills
A trust is active the day it is created. There are many different types of trusts that have various purposes. The biggest difference between a trust and a will is that trusts are trusts are not required to go through probate when the grantor dies, and they cannot be contested.
Types of Trusts:
- Charitable Trust
- IRA Trust
- Irrevocable Life Insurance Trust
- Irrevocable Trust
- Living Trust (Revocable Trust)
- Special Needs Trust
- Testamentary Trust
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