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Do you know to protect your finanical legacy?You may find these articles helpful as it comes time to preserve those hard-earned assets.
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Start with our online presentation demonstrates how a Living Trust might fit into your Estate Plan. "Understanding Estate Planning & Living Trusts"
Living Trusts may not always protect you.
Too many seminars on Trusts sell ALL of the good aspects, but NONE of the bad, such as the loss of your right to maintain creditor protection. But you can protect your home from creditors via "Tenancy by the Entirety" or a "Declaration of Homestead."
Get answers to the questions we get asked most frequently about Living Trusts.
Declarations of Homestead in Massachusetts: How it works in the Bay State.
Visit our sister site about the Nursing Home admission process.
Read and file your Massachusetts Health Care Proxy form on our other sister site.
A Trust is an empty shell unless it is "funded." Here are the more frequently asked questions about funding your trust.
Don't unintentionally disinherit your children by not having a trust arrangement. If you have children from a previous marriage, a trust can help protect your current spouse and later benefit your children.
The duties of a Trustee: if your Trustee cannot continue to serve, his/her successor Trustee often needs to know his/her duties and responsibilities; find answers here.
What does a Corporate Trustee do, and should you select one to serve in your trust?