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TRUSTS

A Trust is created when one person agrees to hold property for the benefit of another person. A Trust is a way of separating the legal title to property and the right to control it from the right to receive the benefits from it. A trustee manages the property, holds title to it and distributes income from the property or the property itself to beneficiaries according to the terms of the Trust.  Click on the links below for specific information:

Bypass Trust ] Irrevocable Trusts ] Life Insurance Trusts ] Personal Residence Trusts ] Revocable Trust ] Sprinkling Trust ]
 

 

 

   
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