Wills And Trusts
Why You Need A Will
A will explains how your estate will be distributed to your heirs. A will can also name guardians for your minor children and provide peace of mind for parents in the event they pass away or are incapacitated.
Accidents do happen â€” having a will can make sure your young children are properly cared for if something happens to you.
Why You Should Consider Having A Trust
A trust is a separate document and does not replace the importance of having a will. A trust can help you avoid probate and can preserve your assets and property. Trusts have many benefits, including added privacy andÂ stipulations to help your adult children obtain their goals like requiring them to attend college before they receive any funds from the trust.
A special needs trust can make sure a disabled child or beneficiary is taken care of now and in the future. A special needs trust can make sure the beneficiary receives proper care without losing government benefits as well as protect the assets in the trust from being subject to a lawsuit or other collection in the future. This type of trust is really beneficial and can protect a disabled individual’s care and lifestyle.
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