FREE VIDEOS: The Importance of a Revocable Living Trust in Kansas
A revocable living trust allows you to plan for many contingencies that cannot be planned for by just using beneficiary designations. Using beneficiary designations to your children does not provide the asset protection that a trust can provide. Using a trust avoids probate, but still provides a way to administer the trust and see that bills are paid, final tax returns filed and still distribute your assets to whom you want the way you want.
A revocable living trust can be changed or terminated by the grantor setting up the trust at any time before the person’s death or incapacity.
Without establishing a living trust in Kansas, your assets may not be adequately protected, and you may lose the opportunity for tax planning and other advantages if the trust document is not appropriately drafted.
Larson & Brown, PA has a team of experienced Kansas estate planning attorneys to help you or loved ones establish a living trust.
To learn more about revocable living trusts and other legal strategies to protect your assets and legacy, view our library of educational videos.
Our videos on Revocable Living Trusts cover:
- Article 5 – Administration of the Trust Upon the Death of the Grantor
- Article 12 – Revocable Living Trusts
- Article 14 – Trust Administration
- Article 15 – My Trustees Power
- Article 16 – General Provisions
- Estate Planning
- Funding Your Bank Account into Your Trust
- Things Your Trust Doesn’t Do