Wondering how to put your house in a trust in Georgia?
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So, you’ve decided that you want to put your house into a trust.
But you’re not sure what that process would even look like.
Here are the steps you need to take to put a house in a trust in Georgia:
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A lot of our clients come to us to protect their homes from creditors and lawsuits.
Others want to avoid sending their property through probate in Georgia.
Here are all the reasons you would want to consider putting a house in a trust for:
Putting your house into a trust can be scary.
If you put it in, can you get it back out?
Will the mortgage company call your loan due?
Let’s look at a list of things to beware of when putting your house in a trust.
We can help guide you through all of this when we set up your trust.
Trusts are tools to manage and distribute property according to your wishes.
If you should put a house in a trust depends on your situation and goals.
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No, your house doesn’t have to be paid off to put it in a trust.
You can transfer a house with an existing mortgage into a trust.
However, you should check the mortgage terms.
Some may have a “due on sale” clause that could be triggered by such a transfer.
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You have to weigh the pros and cons of putting your house in a trust.
Let’s talk about the benefits and disadvantages of doing it.
Our attorneys will tell you whether or not your situation is a good fit for a trust.
We will make sure you accomplish your goals in the simplest and most cost-effective manner.
There are several benefits to having your house in a trust.
Here are the main ones that our clients ask about:
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And here are the potential disadvantages.
You’ll have to weigh the pros and cons of putting your house in a trust.
Putting your house in a living trust changes your taxes in Georgia.
Here’s an overview of what you can expect.
Let’s say you want to learn more about the taxes.
We can provide more information about that on our free consultation.
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