Wills & Trusts FAQ Videos

1. Does it really cost less to settle an estate in which a living trust was used rather than just a will?

2. Does it really take less time to settle an estate in which a living trust was used rather than just a will?                                                                                                          wills and trusts

3. Can I make a conditional gift in my will?

4. What is the difference between inheritance and estate tax?

5. Are there people who can not make a will?

6. Does my will have to be notarized?

7. Is a handwritten will valid?

8. What is a holographic will?

9. What is a pour over will?

10. What is a crummey trust?

11. Can I make provision in my will for my pets?

12. How much does a will cost?

13. Do I need an attorney to make my will?

14. Do I need a will if I own almost nothing?

15. I made a will, but lived in another state. Now I live in Florida. What should I do?

16. What are estate taxes?

17. Can a will or revocable living trust reduce estate taxes?

18. What is a codicil?

19. What is a trust?

20. What is a revocable living trust?

21. What is an irrevocable trust?

22. What is a trustee?

23. What is an A-B trust?

24. What is a QTIP trust?

25. What is a charitable trust?

26. What is a spendthrift clause?

27. What is an ilit trust? 

28. What is a charitable lead trust? 

29. What is  a charitable remainder trust?

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