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For those of you who wish to leave your estate equally to your children (spouse first if married), we are now offering you the opportunity to complete your living trust by mail through our law office for $499 (certain conditions apply). This is potentially thousands of dollars less than that charged by many law offices (and even less than many non-attorney services). So before you overpay for a trust, we suggest taking a risk free look at our all-inclusive package (we offer a full money back guarantee).
If you are like our many clients you’ll be happy you did!

This is the same time-tested, comprehensive trust and package that our in-office clients receive, one we believe equals or surpasses trusts we’ve seen costing more than $6000 thousands dollars, and most importantly (when the time came) it is a trust that has passed the ultimate real world test of performing flawlessly for countless families.

We are so confident you’ll be happy with our trust-by-mail, we back it with a 30 day satisfaction, money-back guarantee. This allows you to see for yourself, risk free, the quality, completeness, and comprehensiveness of our package.

In addition to clear written instructions, we include videos to help walk you through the trust process from completing the intake material, to thoroughly explaining each of your trust documents and much, much more. These videos draw from over 30 years experience and take you through the same issues, procedures, instructions, and advice that you would be given sitting right in front of us – except that you get to do it at home, at your pace, according to your convenience and schedule.

Whether you have questions that arise before, during, or after your trust, getting answers to most questions shouldn’t be difficult or expensive. That is why we have built one of the most informative, complete, and comprehensive websites on living trusts. Here, you can learn most everything you need to know, and find detailed explanations and answers to the common issues and questions that surround living trusts (and much, much more).

No matter how or where you complete your trust there is information you must furnish, issues you need to know about, and choices you must make. We strive for complete transparency and to take the mystery (and thus the excessive charges) out of the process, pricing, issues, and information you seek. So, you can either go through it here for free, at your pace, according to your convenience and schedule — or — pay dearly for a highly formalized, drawn out process that takes up a great deal more of your time to get you to the same end. The choice is yours!

Keep Your Family In Control

When you utilize a Living Trust, there is never any loss of control to a costly, impersonal government process. It stays a private affair between the family, beneficiaries and trustee of your choosing. It also keeps control where it belongs, with the family, not the whims of the state and lawyers.

Protect Immature Beneficiaries

No one likes the idea of an 18 year old squandering an inheritance. Yet, did you know that without a trust a teenager would take over full management of an inheritance the day they turned 18? A trust allows you to control the management and terms of distributions until beneficiaries reach the age you specify.

Facilitate Quick Settlement

Living trusts allow you to minimize lawyer involvement, keep the family in control and provide you the capability to quickly and easily settle and distribute the estate rather than forcing the family through a lengthy, bureaucratic and cumbersome probate.

Avoid High Probate Fees

Probate court means probate fees, which are based on the gross value of the estate (not the net). Additional extraordinary fees are also routinely charged. In fact, reliable statistics indicate that the total cost of probate averages between 8 and 10% of the gross estate. (No debt deduction.)

Avoid Probate The Right Way

Any successful probate avoidance technique needs to also maintain maximum tax advantage and protection. It is there that Joint Tenancy and alternative probate avoidance techniques typically fail in such hidden and costly fashion. Assets passed through a Living Trust do not suffer these grave problems. Learn more!

Maintain Your Privacy

In probate, the entire affair — the Will, the size of the estate, the type of assets, how much they are worth, the beneficiaries, what they get, and everything else — is public record for everyone in the world to see. In stark contrast, a Living Trust is completely private.

Don’t Procrastinate — Get It Done!

Establishing a trust is relatively inexpensive, straightforward, and simple; getting caught without one is nightmarishly expensive and complex. For the sake of your family, we urge everyone to take care of this important matter and avoid the common but mistaken tendency to put it off.

Advance Health Directive

It is impossible to overemphasize how important it is for every person to complete an advance directive lest you risk even your spouse or closest loved one be denied the ability to help or provide input or receive any information or communication in a medical situation or emergency. Learn more!

Beware of Living Trust Scams

Beware of numerous illegal, unethical, and illicit entities peddling living trusts under the guise of legitimacy. If it is not a law office your information is not confidential and it is an illegal operation (even if they state that a lawyer drafts your trust). Learn more!

Our Trust Package Includes What You Should Expect & More

  • A Comprehensive Living Trust

  • A Master Assignment of Assets

  • Pour-Over Wills

  • Guardianship for Minor Children

  • Deeds To Transfer Real Estate

  • California Recording Forms (PCOR)

  • A Community Property Agreement

  • Advance Health Directives (Living Will / Power of Attorney for Health Care)

  • Durable Power of Attorney For Finances

  • Young Person’s Trusts

  • Full Video Guidance

  • An Informative Website

  • 30+ Years Dedicated To Living Trusts

  • Living Trust Originals

  • A Full Copy of All Documents

  • An E-Copy / PDF Copy

  • Living Trust Binder

  • Living Trust Funding Instructions

  • Great Customer Service

  • Committed To Affordable Living Trusts

Why The Search For Perfection Leaves Many In The Most Imperfect Place Of All!

Many tend to delay implementing a living trust for years — even after they have already decided they should have one. This occurs for a myriad of reasons – natural human procrastination; the mistaken belief that it is very involved; they can’t quite make up their minds on a few points; they are searching for the perfect attorney, the perfect trust, the perfect price, the perfect timing. On the surface, many of these reasons appear understandable and reasonable, but when you take a closer look, the major flaw in such logic is the absolutely terrible position you are allowing yourself to stay in during this time. In the flawed thinking which often accompanies this line of reasoning, many people believe this waiting period is so they can make a good decision. Problem is, where you may think you have not yet made a decision on this important matter, you actually have. That’s  because without your own estate plan, your signature is on the one the state has written for you. On your most indecisive day you can probably arrive at a better estate plan for yourself (than the one the “state” has written for you).

Did you know that without a trust an 18 year old would gain uncontrolled use of an inheritance?

Shouldn’t Wills Require Full Disclosure Too?

Consider this: The true costs and consequences of a Will do not hit home until long after you sign it and at a time you can no longer complain or change it. The very document (Will) that you sign years beforehand, obligating you to probate, makes no mention of the eventual burdening costs and processes. The lawyer you are paying to draw it up and represent your interests isn’t required to discuss it nor is it a practice for lawyers to do so. Technically, you can’t call any of this outright concealment because they will tell you it is all a matter of public record and known law. Yet, does that mean you, or “Aunt Rose”, or most any other layperson for that matter truly and fully grasps the real end costs, impact and obligation of probate when signing a Will or that you don’t want it discussed? Consider that you can’t complete a home loan without a separate document that highlights and details all of the short and long term costs and obligations. Yet lawyers, supposedly representing their clients’ best interests, are allowed to draft and complete Wills without ever mentioning, discussing or disclosing the end costs and headaches of probate. As long as that is allowed to continue it is up to you to educate yourself and take steps to prevent this backend incursion on your family and hard earned dollars.

Avoid The Vacation or Surgery Scramble!

We’ve nicknamed it the “living trust vacation scramble.” For some reason, mere days before departure, most feel an urgent need to make sure their estate plan is in order before they leave. While we agree that it is wise to be covered, we also suggest it is far better to have taken care of this ahead of time than it is to be scrambling at the last minute when it is highly stressful, if not impossible to get it done. The same applies to establishing your living trust. It should be done when all is well. Some of our most heartbreaking times occur when we are asked to help someone who has been diagnosed with a life threatening condition, or is facing major surgery. Yes, the trust needs to be done, but it is nonetheless a very awkward and emotional time to deal with these matters! We urge everyone, when possible, to take care of your estate planning when you are healthy and can joke about your mortality rather than at a time it might be staring you in the face!

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