In simple terms, a revocable living trust is a trust that can be modified or terminated at any time. In more technical terms, a revocable living trust is a legal contract where the settlor has control over their assets throughout their life or until they are incapacitated. Upon their death, the trust becomes irrevocable and…

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If you have a loved one with special needs, it is important that you consider a special needs trust and the entire legal ramifications of their situation. Special needs planning is a unique opportunity for parents who have disabled children to coordinate their future.

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When a Medicaid recipient passes away, their house becomes at risk of being possessed by the state. The reason being that the state will attempt to recover whatever Medicaid benefits the recipient received, which in most cases is solely their house. In order to avoid Medicaid estate recovery from possessing your house, you will need to ensure that your property does not fall under probate.

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A trust is a fiduciary agreement that outlines how your assets will be distributed after you pass. In a trust, you specify who will have the authority to handle and distribute your assets to your beneficiaries.

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