The simplest of estate planning devices. A will makes your wishes clear but must be administered through the probate court which is time-consuming and expensive.

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Living Trust

The most common estate planning device. A living trust makes your wishes clear. Upon death one or more people can act as set forth in the trust with no court proceedings.

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Trust Administration

The help a person may need carry out their obligations as trustee of a trust including giving notice as required by law, preparing deeds to transfer title to property and many other tasks.

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Probate Administration

The court proceedings to enforce the terms of a will or to distribute assets to the next of kin if there is no will.
This is a cumbersome and expensive process.

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