"Insurance" for your Beneficiaries' Inheritance

If you break it down, a lawsuit is filed every 2 seconds and the divorce rate has been as high as 50% within the last 10 years. People typically plan to leave everything they own outright to their spouse, children or other people when they pass away. Given these realities, though, you may want to strongly consider doing otherwise, because once inherited outright those assets are then exposed to any claims that may ever be made against your beneficiaries. There is a way to better prevent this from happening … The traditional method of leaving assets to most beneficiaries has been this: If a beneficiary is a minor or even a young adult, clients would plan to leave their assets in Trust to be

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