Pennsylvania Living Trust
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A revocable living trust places your assets (including your bank accounts, investments and home) into a trust to benefit you during your lifetime and then transfers your assets to your beneficiaries after you die. By naming a successor trustee in your Pennsylvania living trust, you give a loved one control over the assets to continue to grow your wealth if you ever become incapacitated. This makes a living trust a valuable advance healthcare directive as well. It can help you:
- Control how your assets are managed during your lifetime.
- Take the administration of your assets out of the court system, saving your family money on court costs and valuable time.
- Preserve your family’s privacy by allowing the transfer of assets without public exposure.
Not everyone needs a Pennsylvania living trust. It’s most valuable for those with children and those who have built up a certain amount of assets. For that reason, we don’t currently provide living trusts as an online option. If you feel that an Pennsylvania living trust is right for you, please contact us for a consultation with a Pennsylvania living trust attorney.