What are the considerations to utilizing a revocable trust arrangement rather than a conventional will in your estate plan?
A properly drafted revocable trust arrangement, that is fully funded, can get you around the probate process. However, it’s more tedious to administer and more expensive up front, so unless you have out-of-state real estate or you’re a professional concerned about liability, then I think a traditional will would be more preferable.
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