Our Los Angeles County family lawyers draft California living trusts. For many years, we did not advertise this while performing living trusts for many of our business, family, and real estate clients. We have prepared many dozens of living trusts for our clients. And, in our experience, we advise our clients that the cheap online document or paralegal services are not the best choice for such an important one-time document.
A California living trust is a simple but highly effective family financial document. While you are alive you are the trustee, making it a living revocable trust. This means that at any time you can amend your living trust to change your successor trustee, beneficiaries, child guardian, healthcare directive, power of attorney, and/or specific directions. At death, it becomes an irrevocable trust that cannot be amended, providing your family with a secure financial future.
A California Living Trust allows you to transfer your personal and real property to your beneficiaries upon your death without the expensive probate court process. Also, living trusts provide a person you trust to manage your assets and expenses if you become incapacitated due to advanced age or disability. Just like a will, a living trust allows you to state your exact wishes for your dependents, heirs, and assets. Counts Law Firm charges a relatively modest flat fee to provide you with peace of mind and financial security for you and your family.
Counts Law Firm Living Trusts include the following financial planning documents:
- Living Trust
- Advance Healthcare Directive
- Financial Power of Attorney
- Real Estate Transfer Deeds (and preliminary change of ownership report)
- Trust Tax ID
We can prepare your living trust or amend an old living trust in an easy, quick, and cost-effective manner.
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We will take the hard work out of creating a trust by walking you through the legal process step by step. We will help you create the type of trust that allows your assets – such as your home, banking accounts or property – to be protected and transferred according to your wishes.