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We specialize in legal consulting on inheritance, gifts, business succession, 
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Estate Planning means planning for arrangements to give one’s assets as estate and gift before his/her death(when he/she is in a stable status to make a decision). In other words, estate planning is a process to facilitate the transfer of one’s estate to a desirable beneficiary or inheritor—which includes a process of establishing a living trust before death.

TYPES OF TRUSTS

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Revocable Living Trust

As a trust that can be corrected before one’s death, a revocable living trust is often called a living trust. Its purpose is to manage assets and distribute them after the grantor’s death, and it can be directly managed by the grantor before death. It is used when providing assets to a beneficiary without a notarization of one’s will. The grantor can instruct a successor trustee to manage the assets and their distribution when his health is not stable enough for everyday life or after his death.

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Revocable Living Trust

As a trust that can be corrected before one’s death, a revocable living trust is often called a living trust. Its purpose is to manage assets and distribute them after the grantor’s death, and it can be directly managed by the grantor before death. It is used when providing assets to a beneficiary without a notarization of one’s will. The grantor can instruct a successor trustee to manage the assets and their distribution when his health is not stable enough for everyday life or after his death.

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Revocable Living Trust

As a trust that can be corrected before one’s death, a revocable living trust is often called a living trust. Its purpose is to manage assets and distribute them after the grantor’s death, and it can be directly managed by the grantor before death. It is used when providing assets to a beneficiary without a notarization of one’s will. The grantor can instruct a successor trustee to manage the assets and their distribution when his health is not stable enough for everyday life or after his death.

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Revocable Living Trust

As a trust that can be corrected before one’s death, a revocable living trust is often called a living trust. Its purpose is to manage assets and distribute them after the grantor’s death, and it can be directly managed by the grantor before death. It is used when providing assets to a beneficiary without a notarization of one’s will. The grantor can instruct a successor trustee to manage the assets and their distribution when his health is not stable enough for everyday life or after his death.

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