||By setting up a living trust, a client may avoid probate. Another reason people set up living trusts is to create and maintain separate property which may not be subject to equitable distribution in the even of a divorce. Much like a will, a living trust will describe what happens to your property in the event of your death. While you are alive, you can remain in control and have the power to change the trust at any time. Setting up a living trust allows you to avoid the expense and long delays of probate, and may even save you money on taxes.
Colleen White Law is pleased to offer clients legal expertise in all aspects of living trusts. We understand that every
client's most important estate-planning goal is to ensure that his or her personal matters and financial affairs are
appropriately handled upon his or her death or disability. Depending on your assets and your desires, a living trust
or revocable trust may be what you need