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This document creates a Living Trust for a married couple with children. Assets are held in the Trust for the couple's benefit while they are alive, then after that are given to the children named in the Trust.
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Learn More about Wisconsin Living Trust Documents

Definition of a Living Trust

The Revocable Living Trust, sometimes known simply as a Living Trust, has been growing more popular in recent years because it offers important benefits when compared to a simple Last Will and Testament.  read more

Overview of Estate Planning

Estate planning is the process of getting your affairs in order so that if you pass away unexpectedly, things will be much easier for your loved ones.  read more

Do I Need a Living Trust?

A Living Trust refers simply to a property-owning legal entity you create while alive.  read more

FAQs on Living Trust

A living trust is also known as "inter vivos", Latin for "among the living". It is a trust arrangement you create while you are still alive.  read more

A Primer on Estate & Inheritance Taxes

When you die, you leave your home, your possessions, your money, and other things of monetary value to spouses, children, family members, friends, charity or religious institutions. The government wants its share. Some argue that estate taxes can provide for future generations. Others argue that is robs inter-generational businesses of the capital they need to keep growing.  read more

Benefits of a Living Trust

You can make your own basic living trust or create a living trust jointly with your spouse. There are many available types of living trust, though some are complicated and can only be used for certain circumstances.  read more

Communicating Your Estate Planning Wishes to Your Heirs

Open communication from parents about their estate planning wishes gives children time to adjust their expectations and ask questions. Be open and honest about your intentions with your heirs.  read more

Do I Need a Probate Lawyer?

Probate is the process that occurs after an individual passes away. It involves distributing assets and taking care of any debts. This process happens regardless of whether or not there is a Last Will and Testament.  read more

Do-Not-Resuscitate Orders

Do-Not-Resuscitate (DNR) Orders contain direction for medical personnel who might be responsible in treating you if you stop breathing in an emergency situation.  read more

Essential Legal Documents for Estate Planning

Estate planning can be a form of protection for you and your family and your assets. In order to reduce family strife, proper estate planning can make sure your desires for property distribution are legal and clear to avoid confusion and conflicts among the ones you leave behind.  read more

Final Requirements of Your Health Care Directives

In composing your health care directives, it is imperative that you follow the rules of the state in which you live regarding the requirements to make your document valid and binding.  read more

Five Essential Estate Planning Documents

Estate planning is a form of financial protection for you, your family and your assets.  read more

How to Prevent Family Feuds over Inherited Properties

Feuds over inheritance can be hard to mend but easy to prevent, if you have prepared earlier for that day when you are no longer around.  read more

How to Secure Your Assets and Avoid Probate

Probate can tie up property for months, sometimes more than a year. And, it can be expensive - attorney and court fees can eat up to 5% of an estate's value. Most of what happens during probate is essentially clerical - legal research, drafting and clerical processes.  read more

Longevity and unusual family relationships can complicate estate planning

Longevity and complex family relationships (ex-spouses, step-kids, step-grandchildren, extended siblings) are turning the already tricky matter of estate planning into a giant challenge.  read more

Twelve Things to Know About Revocable Living Trusts

Making a Last Will is a common means of transferring an estate or property to beneficiaries. However, a Living Trust is fast gaining popularity as an alternative way to avoid probate, the time-consuming and costly process of determining whether a will is valid or not.  read more

What are Charitable Gifts and Trusts?

Americans give more to charity than all other nations combined. Popular charitable institutions are churches, food banks, cultural institutions, and educational institutions.  read more

You Owe it to Your Loved Ones to do Estate and Inheritance Planning

No matter what life stage you're in, as long as you have loved ones that depend on you, a solid Estate and Inheritance plan is something you need.  read more makes it easy to create Living Trust documents that meet all legal requirements for Wisconsin. Click the Create Document button, above, and follow the simple, step-by-step instructions to finish in minutes.   |  NASHVILLE, TN USA   |  CONTACT US