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Wills Trusts and Estates

One of the most common misconceptions about estate planning is that it is exclusively for the wealthy or elderly. Estate planning is actually a great option for anyone who has assets, family, children or specific wishes for after they pass.

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It depends. Each have their own benefits. Trusts avoid probate, its attended costs and public record. But, trusts require renaming assets, which will cause a loss of certain real estate benefits, like Star, and Veteran's deductions. It is best to have both. If you do not have a complex estate, a will is generally sufficient and less costly. 

Virtually everyone should have a last will and testament, as it can cover broader requests and instructions after your death than a trust alone. Especially if you have young children, a will gives you the ability to nominate guardians for them. In most cases, trusts are a superior option for the transfer of assets, but should generally be paired with a will to handle any spill-over.

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