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A trust is an important part of your estate plan. Some key features of a living trust include controlling assets after death, avoiding probate (ensuring privacy), providing for disability, and providing benefits and protection for minor children.
A will, referred to as a Last Will and Statement, is another vital part of your estate plan. Its primary purpose is to determine how to distribute your financial assets, real estate, and personal property. It also appoints a guardian for minor children.
Power Of Attorney
A power of attorney allows you to give someone the authority to manage your financial or medical affairs if you cannot make decisions on your own. Without a power of attorney your family may have to initiate legal proceedings, which can be expensive and time consuming.