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  • What is a Pour-Over Will?
    One of key parts of your estate plan is your "pour-over will." Yet, many people don't know what it is, what it does, or why it is needed. First, what is a "pour-over will?" Simply put, it is a last will and testament that states that if there is an asset that was left out of your revocable living trust, then the missing asset is to be put ("poured over") into your revocable living trust so that the missing asset will be transferred along wit Read More...
  • Trusts - Trust Formation - Trustees Asset Protection - Trust Offshore Asset - Protection Inheritence
    Trust an entity created for the purpose of protecting and conserving assets for the benefit of a third party, the beneficiary- A contract affecting three parties, the settler, the trustee and the beneficiary. Trustee is a person totally independent of the settler who has a fiduciary responsibility to the beneficiaries to manage the assets of the trust at the best of his or her ability. The trustee reporting requirements shall be defined at the o Read More...
  • This Is Very Useful Information On Offshore Asset Protection Trusts
    When you look into Offshore Asset Protection Trust you are likely to wonder what it is and why you might consider one. An Offshore Asset Protection Trust is a way for you to protect your Foreign Assets not on American Soil. Offshore Asset are where you have a Bank account in another, own property that is not on U.S. Soil or U.S. owned lands. These can include businesses and homes in different countries. There are many parts of the Offshore As Read More...
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