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Why every homeowner should have a living trust

New book discusses unique benefits
Published on Aug 21, 2007

If you are serious about avoiding probate costs and delays for your heirs and want to avoid conservatorship court proceedings if you become incapacitated, "The Complete Living Trust Kit and CD-ROM" by attorney Karen Ann Rolcik will show you how. This new book has superb explanations showing how homeowners can benefit their heirs by avoiding costly mistakes. Everybody wants to leave the largest net estate for their heirs and/or charities. But this book shows property owners how to simplify their estates while also avoiding probate expenses. Rolcik, an attorney who specializes in estate planning, shares her practical advice and experiences so readers can apply her explanations to their situations. Purchase Bob Bruss reports online. Rolcik emphasizes that the costs of distributing an estate through probate court typically are at least 3 percent of the estate's net assets and can take a year or two after the decedent passes on. More important, the author explains the major ...

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