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Protect Your Hard-Earned Assets
Trusts Provide Comprehensive Security
What will happen to your assets and loved ones after you pass away?
Have you considered setting up a trust to protect and manage your estate?
Make sure your hard-earned assets go to your loved ones after you pass away.
A trust lets you keep control of your wealth today.
And provide for your family in the future.
Here’s how it works:
- List Your Assets. A trust attorney can help you make a list of your assets, like property, investments, and savings.
- Transfer Your Assets. You can then transfer your assets to a trust, which is like a holding place for your wealth.
- Set the Terms. You can set the terms of the trust, like who gets what and when.
- Benefit Today, Protect Tomorrow. You can continue to use, benefit from, and protect your assets today. And you can make sure that your family will be protected in the future.
Don’t leave your family’s future to chance.
Let us help you create a trust that meets your needs and protects your legacy.
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How To Fund Your Trust
Once you’ve created a trust, it’s important to make sure it’s fully funded.
This means transferring your assets into the trust.
This ensures they’re protected and distributed according to your wishes.
Here’s how it works:
- Make a List. Start by making a list of all your assets, including property, investments, and savings.
- Sign and Notarize. When you sign your paperwork, we will notarize it for you.
- Transfer Your Accounts. Meet with our lawyers and your financial institutions. Have your advisors transfer your accounts and assets into the trust.
- Deed Your Property to the Trust. If you have real estate, you’ll need to deed it to the trust. We will do this paperwork for you.
- Repeat as Needed. Let’s say you get new assets in the future. You can repeat the process to add more assets to that trust.
Don’t leave your assets unprotected.
Let us help you fund your trust and give you peace of mind.
The Hidden Benefits of a Trust
And Why You Need to Consider One Today.
Do you want to make sure that your loved ones get taken care of after you’re gone? We can help! At The Hive Law, we offer a range of estate planning services to give you peace of mind. Here’s what you get:
- Free Consultation. You deserve an estate plan that suits your needs (not a cookie-cutter “plan”). You can get a free consultation to learn more about our services.
- Flat-Fee Billing. You should get simple and easy-to-understand billing. That’s why we charge a flat fee for our estate planning services. You won’t have to worry about any surprise bills.
- 100% Satisfaction Guarantee: You’ll be happy with our services. But let’s say that for any reason you’re not happy. We’ll refund your money and donate $100 to the charity of your choice.
- Electronic Document Storage. We’ll provide you with FREE 12-month access to our online document storage. You’ll have peace of mind knowing that your important documents are safe and secure.
- VIP Administrative Assistant: We’re here to serve you! If you need copies or scans, or if you need legal documents sent to a title company or insurance agent, let us know. We’ll take care of it for free.
- Empathetic and Knowledgeable. We understand that estate planning can be a sensitive and emotional process. We’ll provide you with compassionate guidance through life’s most difficult situations.
- Family Legacy Strategy Sessions. Save time and money with a 30-minute Family Legacy Strategy Session. During this session, we will talk about your goals and your estate planning options.
- Free Calls for Life: We’re always here to support and serve our clients. You can call us anytime with questions, and we’ll make sure you get the answers you need. This FREE service is part of the over-the-top service you deserve.
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One Simple Step to Ensure Your Trust is Fully Funded
(Even if You Forget Something.)
It’s important to ensure that all of your assets are properly funded into the trust.
What happens if you buy more assets later and don’t get time to put them into the trust?
Don’t let your hard-earned assets:
- go through probate
- risk being distributed outside of your trust
That’s where a pour-over will comes in.
Creating a pour-over will ensures peace of mind.
Any assets you may have forgotten to fund into your trust will still be protected.
This allows your executor to put any remaining property into the trust after your passing.
This means that even if some of your assets aren’t in the trust at the time of your death, they can still be distributed according to your trust’s terms.
Of course, the ideal scenario is to ensure that all of your assets are properly funded into your trust.
That way, you won’t need to rely on a pour-over will.
But let’s face it, we’re all human and sometimes we make mistakes.
That’s why having a pour-over will is a powerful safety net to include in your estate plan.
With this added protection, you can rest easy knowing that even if something slips through the cracks, your assets will still be taken care of.
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Revocable vs Irrevocable Trusts
Which One is Right for You?
Trusts are an essential estate planning tool that can help you:
- protect your assets
- provide for your loved ones
However, not all trusts are created equal.
It’s important to understand the differences between revocable and irrevocable trusts.
In this section, we’ll compare and contrast the pros and cons of each type of trust.
This helps you make an informed decision about which one is right for you.
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|Ability to Amend
- Flexibility: With a revocable trust, you can change or revoke the trust at any time, making it a flexible estate planning tool. Irrevocable trusts, on the other hand, cannot be changed or revoked once they are created.
- Control: Revocable trusts allow you to retain control over your assets during your lifetime, while irrevocable trusts transfer control to the trustee immediately upon creation.
- Probate Avoidance: Both revocable and irrevocable trusts can help you avoid probate, which can be time-consuming and expensive.
- Asset Protection: Irrevocable trusts offer better asset protection because the assets are no longer considered part of your estate and are shielded from creditors and legal judgments.
- Tax Benefits: Irrevocable trusts can provide tax benefits, such as reducing estate and gift taxes, while revocable trusts do not offer any tax advantages.
- Creditor Protection: Irrevocable trusts offer better creditor protection because the assets are no longer considered part of your estate and are shielded from creditors and legal judgments.
- Medicaid Eligibility: Irrevocable trusts can be used to protect assets and maintain eligibility for Medicaid, while revocable trusts are not effective for this purpose.
- Estate Tax Efficiency: Irrevocable trusts can be structured to reduce estate taxes, while revocable trusts do not offer any estate tax advantages.
- Ability to Amend: With a revocable trust, you can make changes or amendments to the trust as needed. Irrevocable trusts, however, cannot be changed once they are created.
- Privacy: Irrevocable trusts offer greater privacy because they are not subject to the probate court, while revocable trusts are subject to court oversight and are part of the public record.
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