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Who Should Draft a Living Trust for Me?

21 September 2017 No Comment

While other professionals and business representatives may be involved in your estate planning, a living trust is a legal document, which should be prepared by a qualified lawyer. You should seek advice only from lawyers who specialize in giving estate planning advice. Ask the lawyer about his or her qualifications in this area. I have specialized in this area for more than 25 years.

It is crucial to keep in mind that a living trust is a very important part of your estate plan. Avoid being lured by promotions for extremely low-cost living trusts without checking out those who are making the offer. Be wary of organizations or offices that are staffed by non-lawyer personnel and that promote one-size-fits-all living trusts or living trust kits. An estate plan created by someone who is not a qualified lawyer can have enormous and costly consequences for your estate.

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