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LivingTrustify was created by attorneys to make quality estate plans more accessible to individuals and families. We understand how important it is to set up a living trust or will because we have seen firsthand what happens if you don’t. LivingTrustify is an intuitive and inexpensive way to protect you and your loved ones in case the unexpected happens.

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What you would need to do if you buy another piece of real property or sell your existing home and buy a new one after your living trust is signed.

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Choosing a successor trustee is a very important decision, learn about the responsibilities of a trustee and who you should choose.

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What do I need to know in order to get started with my estate plan?

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Part of estate planning is deciding who receives your assets upon your passing, when they receive those assets and how they receive them.

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What’s the Difference Between a Will and Living Trust? Learn what type of estate plan is right for you.

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Learn how to transfer financial accounts into your living trust. Remember that once you finish your estate plan with LivingTrustify, we don’t leave you hanging!

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Doing your estate plan can seem like a daunting task, but LivingTrustify makes the process simple. See why you should choose LivingTrustify.

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Everyone should have an Advance Health Care Directive and HIPAA Authorization, in this article we learn why it is so important.

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A durable power of attorney is one of the documents included in a will based or living trust based estate plan with LivingTrustify. We recommend that everyone over 18 years of age should have a power of attorney.

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Funding your living trust is the process of transferring your assets to the name of your living trust. If you miss this important step, your estate could end up in probate court, which is exactly what you were trying to avoid with a living trust!

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A question that we often get is whether you need to update your will or living trust based estate plan if you have another child after you sign it. I’ll give the answer everyone loves to hear – “maybe”. Let me explain…

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If something happened to you, how would the people you love and trust gain access to your important online accounts?

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