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Having a will or a trust is an important consideration for any estate plan. The number one difference between a will and trust is how it affects the probate process. Trusts, and the property within the trust, generally do not go through the probate court process, and a trust can simplify the transfer of assets after death.
When property cannot be listed in a trust, a will helps ensure your property is being distributed how you want it to be and to protect your loved ones from the conflicts that can arise if your wishes are not laid out.
Wills and trusts can be a great decision for both small and large estates. Let us help you decide which is right for you and get you protected now.
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