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I have heard that a living trust is better than a will – is that true?

Posted by Jason Johnson | May 29, 2018 | 0 Comments

I have heard that a living trust is better than a will – is that true?

Not necessarily. Estate planning is very individualized: what is best for one person or family may not be right for others. Many families are better off with a plan based on testamentary disposition based on wills. Trusts can be established by will that can protect minors and individuals with special needs who receive bequests under the will. For others, a revocable living trust can provide for a smoother transition because assets will pass outside of probate and a successor trustee is in place to help manage assets during the lifetime of the person creating the trust.

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Jason Johnson

Principal Attorney Jason C. Johnson received his Juris Doctor, with honors, from the University of Maryland School of Law and was admitted to practice law in Maryland in 2005. Jason started the practice in Annapolis after many years of law enforcement service. He was motivated to limit the pract...

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