Why Should I Have a Revocable Living Trust?

Illinois Revocable Living Trusts Explained | What is a Revocable Living Trust?

Updated on:
July 7, 2018

Why is a trust the most popular estate planning technique?

  • Your loved ones will save thousands of dollars in attorney fees becaus your estate will not go to probate court. 
  • Your spouse and children will have immediate access to your assets rather than having to wait a year or longer while your assets are tied up in probate. 
  • If you are incapacitated, your spouse or children will be able to immediately access your assets for your benefit without the need for a costly and lengthy guardianship proceeding.
  • You will retain complete control of your assets during your lifetime. 

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