Wills and revocable living trusts are two of the most commonly utilized estate planning vehicles of asset transfer. The best choice for a given individual will vary on a case-by-case basis.
There are in fact other ways to transfer assets, and some of these may be preferable depending on the circumstances.
There are those who don’t seek out any professional advice. They stumble upon websites on the Internet that sell do-it-yourself legal documents including wills and living trusts.
These DIY enthusiasts purchase downloads or worksheets from the online marketers and fill in the blanks. They come away feeling as though they have a comprehensive estate plan in place.
In reality there are dangers that exist when you try to go it alone using generic template wills and trust documents that you find online.
We have researched the subject in depth, and the results of this research have been recorded in a free special report that we are offering to our readers.
If you want to make sure that your true wishes are carried out after you pass away you should definitely read this report so that you can understand the things that can go wrong if you try to execute legally binding documents on your own.
You can gain access to your copy of the report by clicking this link: Free DIY Estate Planning Report.
We also have reports on a number of other estate planning topics. You can browse through them by visiting this page: Estate Planning Special Reports.
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