I discuss the different factors that affect the cost of a living trust. It can start from $499 depending on your situation and needs. Watch to find out more about this and my best solution in doing one!
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Hi! My name is Lou Brown. People ask me sometimes. How much does it cost for a living trust? Well, that’s a very interesting question. It’s a good question. Now it really depends on the size of your estate. It depends on what you’re trying to do with your estate. You know, sometimes there’s special needs, family members that you want to make a special provision for. Sometimes there’s certain assets that are unique and unusual assets that it would make more sense to have divided up. So there’s a variety of different answers. But to answer the question, a living trust can be as little as $499.
Now, why do I say that? Because I am connected with a distributor that actually has an online version of a living trust, where you can literally go in there, put in your little detailed information and the trust is created. It’s actually printed out. It’s labeled as to where to sign. They put it in a nice binder. And they ship it to you. So that’s the least expensive solution to it.
And also I recommend that you learn about trusts. Not just to do one, but also to learn the magnificence of this marvelous thing called trusts. I do have a four day training on trusts. And you can find out more about that here. It’s called MaximumAssetShield.com. You can find out more about what we do and how we do it, and certainly that you could do it yourself. And I say, it’s very important to know where the bones are buried and teach others what they need to know so that you can avoid probate. That’s one of the most marvelous benefits of placing a property into trust, is it avoids probate that process by which the court system takes it from the dead person and gives it to the rightful living heirs, whomever they might be. Well, you can avoid all of that expense delay confusion simply by setting up your trust before you pass away. And no need for that thing called probate. So hopefully this has been of help for you. My name is Lou Brown. I look forward to seeing you soon. Yeah, baby!