A trust may be created in a Will (known as a testamentary trust) or as a separate revocable trust (sometimes referred to as a “Living” trust) or as an irrevocable trust. Wills and trusts, along with beneficiary designations, are the three leading methods of passing one person’s property to another person at death. Living Trusts are, for good reasons, becoming increasingly popular. The most common method continues to be the use of a Last Will and Testament. Most clients know what a Will is but many are not as familiar with trusts.
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