Revocable Trusts

Revocable trusts are important estate planning tools used to minimize and defer estate taxes and bypass the probate process. These trusts may be amended or revoked at any time during your life. Typically, the grantor of the revocable trust will also be the initial trustee. Once the grantor becomes incapacitated or dies, the successor trustee will take over the trust administration.

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