​​​​​Which Trust is Right for Me? 

Differences Between a Revocable and Irrevocable Trusts

About The Webinar

A trust is a type of legal arrangement you can use to manage and distribute your assets once you pass away. A living trust is private and done according to your wishes. The person creating a trust is called a grantor. Once a grantor creates a trust, they “fund” it by transferring their assets to the trust. They’ll also name a trustee to manage the trust assets, and choose beneficiaries for the trust property. Beneficiaries are the people or organizations who will receive assets from the trust.

Why Should You Attend?
Estate planning is a critical aspect of securing your financial future and ensuring your assets are distributed according to your wishes. Two common tools in the estate planning toolkit are revocable trusts and irrevocable trusts. Understanding the differences, benefits, and disadvantages of each can help you make informed decisions about which type of trust is best for your circumstances.

  • Comparing irrevocable and revocable trusts.
  • ​​​​​​​Which trust has more flexibility and which trust is more complex?​​​​​​​
  • The primary advantage of a revocable trust. 

  • Greg Reese

    AmeriEstate Legal Plan, President and CEO

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