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For more than 20 years, Bingham Legal Group has helped individuals and families throughout Metro Detroit devise legal solutions and plan for the future.
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Avoiding probate with a living trust

by | Jun 16, 2018 | Firm News, Trust Administration

There are many considerations when it comes to deciding which estate plan will work best for you and those you love. Our blog has covered some of the ins and outs of revocable and irrevocable trusts, special needs trusts and other options. In this write-up, we will take a look at living trusts and some of the benefits they offer, such as avoiding probate. By avoiding the probate process altogether, there are a number of advantages that your loved ones may appreciate and this is an excellent option for many people. However, it is vital to go over the individual details of your circumstances and make sure a living trust is right for you.

For starters, when a living trust evades probate, this can be tremendously beneficial from a financial standpoint. Moreover, it can reduce stress and save precious time, as opposed to estate plans which head through the probate process. Moreover, living trusts can be very advantageous for those who are concerned about privacy. By avoiding probate, there is a much higher degree of privacy with a living trust.

These are just a few reasons why some people decide to move forward with a living trust and it is important to make sure that this route will suit your needs best. You should make sure that you have gone over all of the ins and outs of living trusts beforehand and compared this to your other options. Our trusts page provides even more helpful information with respect to living trusts.