Does a living trust keep the Department of Health services from seeking recovery?

What is a living trust and do I need one?

How do I talk to my aging parents about getting their affairs in order?

What is a special needs trust and do I need one?

What is the difference between a will and a trust?

How long does the estate planning process take?

What does the price that I am paying for estate planning include?

Does transferring a property into a living trust protect me from creditors or lawsuits?

Can I do my estate planning through LegalZoom?

Should I discuss with my children how they fit into my trust?

Why are there so many things in my trust that don’t seem like they apply to me?

What do I do if I don’t have a good choice for an executor or trustee of my estate?

What do I need to know about estate taxes?

How does Estate planning change with special needs children, substance abuse, or other factors?

What if my child is married to someone who I do not want to receive any property?

What happens after I sign my estate planning documents?

Will my property taxes be reassessed if I transfer the property into my trust?

How long does it take for the deed transferring my property into the trust to return to me?

How often do I need to update my estate planning documents?

Where should I keep my final signed estate planning documents and binder?

Do I need to give a copy of my estate planning documents to my children?

Once I have a trust in place, what do I do with things like my vehicle?

How do I make sure that my financial accounts reflect the fact that I have a trust?

What does it mean to keep my trust funded?

What is a conservatorship, when is it needed, and how does it work?

What’s the point of having a living trust if there’s still going to be conflict?

I am the trustee of my parents trust and they are now deceased, what do I do next?

What if I have to go into probate and I have no idea what kinds of accounts the deceased had?

What do I do if a family member or someone else is refusing to leave the estate property?

Where does all of the money made from an estate sale go?

Why is mediation often times a better choice than going to trial?

My estate plan is complete. What now?