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The process and cost of creating a trust

Are you interested in creating a trust? Do you believe this is an estate planning tool that could put you and your family in a better position? If you answered yes to these questions, it is important that you understand the entire process, including the costs you are sure to take on.

There are many types of trusts, so the process begins with choosing the one that is best for you. Options include: insurance trust, charitable trust, family trust, revocable trust, and irrevocable trust.

You should learn more about each type, including the pros and cons, to ensure that you fully understand your position.

When it comes to the cost, a lot of this depends on whether or not you hire an attorney. It may go against your money-saving ways to consult with an attorney, but this ensures that you create the right trust without any mistakes.

Most of the time there is filing fees associated with transferring property deeds into a trust, so make sure you plan for these. Furthermore, you should expect to encounter some state filing fees.

Creating a trust can be a challenge, but once you are done you will realize it was a good decision from an estate planning perspective. If you understand the types of trusts, the process, and the cost, nothing will stop you from moving forward.

Our attorneys know what it takes to create a trust that can put you and your family in a better spot. If you want to learn more about trusts, review the many pages of our website dedicated to this subject matter.

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