Living Trusts

You may be able to avoid probate and preserve your privacy through the use of a living trust. A living trust can function like a will by providing for the disposition of the control of your property at your death You can maintain power and control over your assets with a revocable living trust while you are alive. A living trust can be used to avoid the expense and long delays of probate, and to avoid estate taxes, also known as the death tax.

Estate planning lawyer James H. Wilson, Jr., would be pleased to discuss the use of a living trust to accomplish your estate planning goals if you live in the Richmond, Virginia area, including Chesterfield County, Hanover County, Henrico County or the City of Richmond. Richmond attorney James H. Wilson, Jr., understands that your most important goal in estate planning is to provide that your personal matters and financial affairs are appropriately handled upon your death or disability.

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