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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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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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We are really passionate about educating you on the importance of estate planning and making quality estate plans more accessible. Learn the top 3 reasons why every parent should have an estate plan.

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LivingTrustify was recently highlighted in Coda's monthly newsletter, "The Docket", for our interactive guide that helps parents choose a legal guardian for their kids.

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Estate planning isn’t just for the wealthy, every adult needs some level of estate planning regardless of their age or how many assets they have.

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There's a Teacher Appreciation Special at LivingTrustify.com. Teachers get a 20% discount. If you aren't a teacher, we ask that you donate the money saved with your coupon to a teacher, classroom, or educational program. Use TEACHERS20 at checkout.

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A nomination of guardian is a form used by parents to designate who the parents want to take care of their child or children if both parents are unable to do so.

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A special needs trust allows you to leave assets to a disabled individual without having those assets disqualify them for needs based public benefits they may be receiving such as Medicaid and SSI.

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Avoid probate court with a living trust and select who you want to receive your assets as well as who you would like to make financial and health care decisions for you if you are unable to make them.

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Select who you want to receive your assets as well as who you would like to make financial and health care decisions for you if you are unable to make them.

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