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Wrapping a Security Blanket Around Your Assets from Creditors – Does a Living Trust do the Job?

When creating an estate plan to protect beneficiaries, many people establish a trust to hold their property and money and safeguard these assets from creditors. However, what most of them don’t know is that not all trusts can protect the family assets from creditors. If you want to wrap a security blanket around your assets…

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Successful Estate Plans

Barriers that Derail Successful Estate Plans

Not every estate plan comes out successfully, some fail even before they start. Poor estate planning leads to high expenses, misunderstandings, despair and cause rifts between the beneficiaries. Without proper directives and preparation, families find themselves embroiled in arguments and indecision that is easy to be avoided with some care and foresight. Many people think…

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