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Trust administration and the benefits of a living will

On Behalf of | Feb 28, 2014 | Trust Administration

Estate planning can often be a complicated process and trust administration is equally complicated for a family after the death of a loved one. If a Nevada resident has concerns over trust administration, it may be beneficial to consider a living trust. There are many benefits to this decision but it is always best to consider all options before making a decision.

Nevada residents know that it may make it easier for a family when there is a clearly worded will or trust. However, many people may not even know if a will or a trust is the best option or how to choose. There are many reasons that a living trust may be the best choice, including the fact that it can be useful when a person has certain assets that are very valuable, such as real estate property.

A living trust will also have certain tax restrictions so it is important to understand all of the benefits and implications of any choice that is made. There are three types of living trusts, all of which offer different benefits and protections. However, it is possible for a trust to be tailored to the individual needs of an individual estate, family or person.

When making an important decision, such as setting up a living trust, it is best to explore all options before determining the best course of action. A person should weigh the benefits of a will against a trust when determine how an estate will be divided. Trust administration can be complicated but having a living trust can make it easier for all parties involved.

Source: Redlands Daily Facts, Do I Need a Living Trust?, Ensen Mason, Feb. 25, 2014