Make your own living trust

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Nolo Press, May 1, 1996 - Business & Economics - 336 pages
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Property left in a living trust skips lengthy and expensive probate court proceedings and goes directly to the person it's left to. Make Your Own Living Trust clearly explains: -- how a living trust works-- how to create a trust-- how to transfer property to a trust-- how to amend or revoke a trust at any timeThis bestseller also provides all the forms and instructions necessary to create a basic living trust, a bypass trust (AB trust) and a back-up will.The latest edition covers the new estate tax laws and discusses making a trust the benificiary of retirement accounts and life insurance.Good in all states except Louisiana.

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Review: Make Your Own Living Trust [With CDROM]

User Review  - Anne Shirako - Goodreads

With this book, I have all the information I need to create my own living trust. It's not hard or time consuming either. Using the accompanying CD, I've got all of the forms I need without searching online for downloads. Great resource. Read full review

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User Review  - George - Goodreads

OLD AGE IS NOT FOR SISSIES. Art Linkletter was right. “Many readers, probably the majority, will find the information in this book sufficient to prepare their own living trust and backup will.” –page ... Read full review


F Will a Living Trust Shield My Property From Creditors?
K Is My Bank Account in the Trusts Name Insured by the FDIC? 312

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About the author (1996)

Denis Clifford, a graduate of Columbia Law School, where he was an editor of The Law Review, is a lawyer who specializes in estate planning. He is the author of many Nolo titles including Quick and Legal Will Book and Make Your Own Living Trust and co-author of Plan Your Estate and A Legal Guide for Lesbian and Gay Couples. He has been interviewed by such major media as The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and Money Magazine.

Randolph earned her law degree from the Boalt Hall School of Law at the University of California, Berkeley.

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