Trust vs. Will

Isn't a will enough? Why is a trust necessary?

Financial decisions must be supervised by a court appointee at high expenseGives immediate authority to person you choose to make decisions, without court intervention
Court must authorize release of any asset of the estate to beneficiariesGives immediate access to assets without delay and cost of court intervention
If incapacitated, no one has authority to access funds or make health care decisions without a lengthy and expensive court processGives trusted person immediate authority to make decisions for an incapacitated person
May not select guardians for your children and does not provide financial guidance for children over 18 who inherit the estateGives trusted person direct authority to distribute the estate to your minor children according to your pre-set guidelines
A trust accomplishes things a will alone cannot do. An estate plan with a trust accomplishes what a will does at a significantly lower cost.

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