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Trust vs. Will
Added Confidentiality and Peace of Mind
There is nothing more devastating than a family that is left in turmoil from the death of a loved one, and the potential feud that could result when deciding the future of the estate and its assets. These and other issues can be avoided with an estate plan that's right for you or your loved ones. No matter what the size of the estate, a Will is a necessary part of everyone's estate plan. Some may not need a Trust, but everyone needs a Will to ensure their final wishes are followed.
A Will is considered public record, while a Trust is completely confidential.
A Trust does not require probate, so assets are more readily available to your beneficiaries-and without the probate fees. We can help you remove some of the confusion from the estate planning process so you can rest easy in knowing your estate will be disbursed according to your wishes.
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