Revocable Trusts allow you the flexibility to change your mind about how you want to distribute your money. They avoid your need for a probate proceeding that generally discloses all your assets to the public. Known as living trusts, you still own the assets once transferred, but they protect you and your beneficiaries in case of incapacitation or death.
You might ask why all of this matters?
Well, it is important for most people that their assets (house, land, car, money) go to the right people.
It is also important for many people to ensure that it is spent wisely – especially when you have young kids or kids with special needs.
You can’t always trust that the money you leave the people you love will not cause problems for them, or, will get in their hands directly.
We understand that a lot of this stuff sounds confusing. And, the reality is, that it is.
But, that is why you should hire someone who knows how to make this process easy to follow, easy to understand and rock-solid, so that your assets are protected for you and your loved ones, forever.