Everyone needs an estate plan. Planning ahead is not just for the very wealthy or the elderly. Life can change or end suddenly. Having a plan in place can substantially lessen the burden on surviving or healthy family members. A last will and testament with the various healthcare documents gives directions to the court and your beneficiaries and heirs about how you want your assets distributed. A living trust does that and more. A living trust also includes mechanisms so that if someone is incapacitated, the successor trustee can step in and take control of a person's assets and affairs. In addition, a living trust is an effective tool to avoid probate, and allows the distribution of assets without the court's involvement.
Like our other courses, Living Trusts & Estate Planning Document Preparation is completely online and self-paced. For consumers and document preparers alike - this course includes fundamental information about Revocable Living Trusts (Inter vivos trusts) and estate planning. We added most of the templates needed for a Last Will & Testament Package, and we'll send you additional templates and questionnaires after you finish the course, upon request
After completing the Course Registration Form below, you will be sent a Thank You email with a payment feature. You can pay with a debit or credit card through paypal. Tuition is only $179.00. After payment is made, you will then be directed to the first page of the online course - Living Trusts and Estate Planning Documents. Please remember to bookmark the page or save the link. If you navigate away from that page, the link will disappear. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us - 800-515-0496 - email@example.com. Learn about our online courses.
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I. Living Trusts & Estate Planning Documents
II. Living Trust vs. Last Will & Testament vs. Intestate
III. Nuts and Bolts of a Revocable Living Trust
Description of Documents
Funding the Trust
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