How to Protect Your Assets with a Living Trust
A living trust is a legal document that allows you to control how your assets are distributed after you die. Unlike a will, a living trust takes effect while you are still alive. This means that you can continue to manage your assets and make changes to the trust as needed.
There are many benefits to having a living trust. One of the biggest benefits is that it can help you avoid probate. Probate is the legal process of distributing your assets after you die. It can be a long and expensive process, and it can be made even more complicated if you have a complex estate. A living trust can help you avoid probate by allowing your assets to be distributed directly to your beneficiaries without the need for court intervention.
Another benefit of a living trust is that it can help you protect your assets from creditors. If you have a living trust, your creditors will not be able to access your assets in the trust. This can be a valuable asset protection tool if you are concerned about being sued or if you have a lot of debt.
If you are considering creating a living trust, it is important to speak with an estate planning attorney. An attorney can help you understand the benefits of a living trust and can help you create a trust that meets your specific needs.
Contact the Law Office of Constance A. Aschenbrenner
The Law Office of Constance A. Aschenbrenner is a full-service law firm that provides comprehensive estate planning services. Attorney Connie Aschenbrenner has many years of estate planning experience and can help you create a living trust that meets your specific needs.
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The Law Office of Constance A. Aschenbrenner also offers free workshops on estate planning. These workshops are a great way to learn about the basics of estate planning and to get your questions answered.
To sign up for a workshop, please visit the Law Office of Constance A. Aschenbrenner’s website at www.akwillstrusts.com.