If you were to create a revocable living trust, you would be referred to as the grantor of the trust. You may assume that you lose direct control of assets that you convey into the trust, but this is not the case when you have a revocable living trust. The person or entity who administers a living trust is called the trustee. You can act as the trustee while you are alive and well, so you would be the person controlling the actions of the trust.
Topics covered in this report include:
- No Loss of Control
- Efficient, Measured Asset Distributions
- Incapacity Planning
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