With both a will and a trust you get to decide who your beneficiaries will be when you pass away. With both, you get to decide who is going to be in charge of administering your estate; with a will that person is called an executor, with a trust they are called a trustee. The major difference relates to real estate and the probate process. Listen to Attorney James Roberts--an Anaheim Estate Planning Lawyer with more than 30 years of experience explain how each impacts the probate process. Call today at (714) 459-5481 or visit his website www.webuildyourtrust.com
What is the difference between a will and a trust explained by Anaheim Estate Planning Lawyer?
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