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Living Trusts for Everyone: Why a Will is Not the Way to Avoid Probate, Protect Heirs, and Settle Estates

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The misconceptions surrounding the last will and testament need to be put to rest: Wills benefit lawyers. Trusts benefit you. Period. Too often lawyers sell wills to clients only to sit back and wait to sell their probate services to their client’ s heirs. Modern estate planning should utilize the Living Trust as the effective, efficient, and inexpensive alternative to a w ...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published March 9th 2010 by Allworth Press (first published 2010)
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This is a new release and takes what can be a complex topic and puts it into easy to understand language. A full review is on my blog at http://intthetrenches2009.blogspot.com I highly recommend this book.
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Ronald Farrington Sharp has juggled three careers as an attorney, sculptor, and writer until his recent retirement from the law. He is the author of two consumer legal guides on divorce and estate planning and his sculptural work is in the collections of numerous major universities and public and private collections. He migrates with his wife, the artist Susannah Keith, from Ann Arbor, Michigan to ...more
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