To Draft a Will or Living Trust... That Is The Question

I am often put in the position to counsel clients on whether it is better to have a Last Will and Testament or a Living Trust to dispose of their assets at death. Time and time again, I recommend the Living Trust. A Last Will and Testament requires the client’s family to not only prove the client’s Will in court, it also requires the court to oversee the distribution of the client’s assets and before that ever happens, the client's debt may have to be paid, thereby decreasing the amount that is paid out to the client's family. In addition to the payment of debts, personal representatives must hire an attorney to represent them in court, which can cost at little as $1,500 for a small estate

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