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Trusts Overview: Revocable; Irrevocable; Special Needs - An Overview

An important part of Estate Planning may involve the establishment of Trusts. On this page, you will find a general introduction to some of the basic types of Trusts: Revocable, Irrevocable and Special Needs Trusts.

See Trusts – By State, at left. In the U.S., Trusts are a matter of state law, and Trusts law differs state to state. Consult competent counsel in your state and the state(s) where your senior loved one resides or holds property.

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Retirement and Long-Term Care Planning Tools

September 24, 2011 Posted by Editor

What can you do as a Baby Boomer and family caregiver to secure your retirement future against the threat of rising health care and long-term care costs? Here are some links to information that may be helpful to you . . . → Read More: Retirement and Long-Term Care Planning Tools

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Estates And Trusts: An Overview

October 27, 2010 Posted by Editor

Estates And Trusts: An Overview, Cornell University Law School, Legal Information Institute. A basic overview of the process of the role of trusts in estate planning, with links to additional basic information on the Uniform Probate Code and wills, . . . → Read More: Estates And Trusts: An Overview

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Trusts: An Overview

October 27, 2010 Posted by Editor

Trusts: An Overview, by FindLaw.com. Provides a good basic introduction to trusts as an estate-planning tool, including a basic explanation of the different types/ categories of trusts – testamentary trusts (created by will) vs. living or inter vivos trusts . . . → Read More: Trusts: An Overview

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Living Trust FAQ: An introduction to living trusts — a popular way to avoid probate

October 27, 2010 Posted by Editor

Living Trust FAQ: An introduction to living trusts — a popular way to avoid probate, by Nolo.com. Basic information on living trusts written by a Nolo attorney, with links to state by state information. »View Details

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Planning For The Disabled And Elderly – Special Needs Trusts

October 27, 2010 Posted by Editor

Planning For The Disabled And Elderly – Special Needs Trusts, by Ellen Morris, J.D. »View Details Planning For The Disabled And Elderly – Special Needs Trusts, by Ellen Morris J.D.

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