Revocable trusts, also called living trusts, are a popular estate planning tool many people use to transfer assets to their heirs. The trust allows you to manage your assets while you’re alive and then have them automatically transferred to your beneficiaries when you die or become incapacitated. In this post, we will discuss how revocable
Probate is a legal process for the distribution of assets from an estate. This means that a probate court gives the deceased person’s will full legal force and effect. If you are named an executor or administrator of someone’s will, you may be required to handle their probate case. What Does a Probate Lawyer Do?