Most every one who owns real estate should seriously consider a living, revocable trust. In its simplest form the living, revocable trust usually acts as a will substitute. Though the trust is “living”, in other words, property is actually transferred to it during the owner’s lifetime, it usually has no significance until the owner dies. It is in your best interest to hold that property in the name of a revocable living trust so that you can avoid probate.
“I was directed to Andrew Warshaw at the Financial Relief Law Center. He was able to negotiate an agreement outside of court which saved me hundreds of thousands of dollars and prevented me from filing Chapter 11.”Elijah B.
Estimated value of real and personal property.
Numbers only. No $ and no commas.
4% of the first $100,000.
3% of the next $100,000.
2% of the next $800,000.
1% of the next 9 million
Fees for both the attorney and the executor of your estate.
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