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Having Just A Will Doesn't Avoid Probate.

Trained Trust Signing Notaries at Mobile Notary & Apostille Services located in Delaware

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Having Just A Will Doesn't Avoid Probate.

A Will just describes the wishes of one’s property distribution to his/her beneficiaries. The best way to share your assets avoiding probate at your death is through Revocable Living Trust. 

The main purpose of it is avoiding probate. This is popular also because it provides privacy of the ownership of the properties in question. Make sure you don't use your own name to the new trust you created to maintain privacy.

Probate process can take years to complete but having a Revocable Living Trust allows distribution to beneficiaries right away.


Disclaimer: We are not attorneys; this post is only just for your information. Contact a licensed attorney for proper guidance. But we are Delaware Trust notaries who can come to your home for trust signing sessions.

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