By taking control of your property, you are protecting the future of your children, family, assets and wealth.
While you are alive, your assets can be placed in a type of trust called a “Living Trust”. Just like a will, a living trust defines what your desires are with regard to your property, your dependents, and heirs. You — not the courts — will determine how your assets will be distributed to your spouse, guardians for minor children, relatives, friends, charities, and any other entity you wish.
Importantly, a Living Trust eliminates the time-consuming and expensive process of probate. This document empowers your successor trustee to fulfill your wishes in areas of finance and wealth, healthcare, and legal affairs due to incapacity or death. We have the Constitutional right to create a Living Trust for our heirs, and it is the foundation of a comprehensive estate preservation program, designed to transfer assets to your beneficiaries with maximum privacy and minimum anxiety, cost or complications.
Another type of Trust is a “Family Trust”. A Family Trust is used to hold and protect your assets from lawsuits, judgements, creditors, and even predators that would take advantage of the assets you intend to leave to your family. Family Trusts can even protect your beneficiaries from their own immature spending habits or unforeseeable problem behavior like a drug or alcohol addiction.