The Loving Legacy Trust estate plan covers the basics and includes solutions typically included in a family living revocable trust.
The Loving Legacy Trust has much more. After your wishes are understood, the estate plan provides asset protection, privacy and protection while you are still alive, while preparing to benefit your favorite church, charity, special cause, and your family.
The Loving Legacy Trust can be determined to be split in any percentage or just selected assets to each beneficiary.
The Loving Legacy Trust estate plan can be changed at any time, re-allocated, assets changed, or the estate plan completely re-written. In fact, nothing has to change during your lifetime! You can continue to enjoy your lifestyle and assets until you pass on. Even though you are not buying additional insurance, you get privacy and protection during your life that exceeds most insurance plans.
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LOVING LEGACY TRUSTS PROTECT YOUR ESTATE
These trusts are also called "Family Living Revocable Trusts", or any combination or subset of those words. Almost all trusts are designed to protect and manage your estate after you are deceased. Many also make a Will for any additional assets, and to reenforce the overall intent. Sometimes, guardianship is addressed. These family trusts are pretty inexpensive, simple enough to get started, and pretty effective for family estate planning. After reading and gaining the knowledge and basics, you can create your own estate plan, or get a free Quote to get the special language, custom forms, and 24 hour support of a comprehensive turn-key solution.
All documents are provided. Estate Planning Instructions, finance checklists, including many typical examples. The support team provides basic (and advanced) assistance and answers to your questions. They provide explanations, suggestions, and examples that will assist you in activating your Loving Legacy Trust estate plan.
ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS PROVIDED
All individuals need a Health Care Directive, a Health Care Power of Attorney, and a Statement of Wishes. Adults additionally need a Will, and a Trust. Parents of minor children need Guardianship Agreements.
The staff prove themselves by providing education and outstanding support that will inspire you to use them for all of your asset protection and estate planning. They are available by phone and email every day from 10am to midnight, even on weekends and holidays. Like friends, and extended family; they have had many of the same staff and clients since 1977.