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Estate Planning Pitfall – You have a living trust but no will
October / November 2011
Newsletter: Insight on Estate Planning
Price: $225.00, Subscriber Price: $157.50
Word count: 224
Abstract: Many people mistakenly believe that if they have a living trust — also known as a revocable trust — they don’t need a will. After all, a primary purpose of a living trust is to avoid probate and ensure that one’s wealth is distributed quickly and efficiently after death. But even for those with a living trust, a will serves several important purposes, which this short article discusses.