inherited property

So You Inherited a Property. Now What?

Many families mistakenly believe that receiving an inherited property is as simple as listening to a reading of the Will and then that property magically belongs to you and you can do whatever you want with it. Sorry to burst that bubble, but a reading of the will is not a real thing – that’s…

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3 Simple Benefits Of a Living Trust

What Is a Living Trust? A living trust is an agreement in which a settlor (the person who creates the trust) appoints a trustee, to manages the assets within the trust, on behalf of the beneficiary or beneficiaries named in it. The beneficiary can be you or anyone else you name. It’s called a “living…

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Revocable Trust vs Irrevocable Trust

What Is a Revocable Trust & Irrevocable Trust

Difference Between a Revocable Trust and an Irrevocable Trust There are two types of trusts – As clearly expressed in the title of this article. One is called a Revocable Trust, and the other – an Irrevocable trust. So far so good. To easily tell them apart, there is one major difference between the two.…

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