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Overview This revised version of the popular guide to avoiding probate offers up-to-date information that reflects 1996 federal tax codes and the latest developments in the legal system, as well as new facts about individual retirement accounts and catastrophic illness.
If you are concerned about estate planning you may be surprised that, even with a will, the probate system can eat up as much as 10 percent of an inheritance and delay the process two years. In "The Living Trust," noted living trust authority Henry Abts presents a simple, inexpensive legal alternative that eliminates the costs and delays of probate and ensures that your loved ones will receive their inheritance promptly and exactly as you intended. This new edition has been completely updated to reflect the federal tax codes and up-to-the-minute developments in the legal system.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.78" Width: 8.5" Height: 0.87" Weight: 2.2 lbs.
Release Date Oct 9, 2002
ISBN 0071387099 ISBN13 9780071387095
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More About Henry Abts
A nationally recognized authority on living trusts, Henry W. Abts III is chairman and founder of The Estate Plan, the nation's oldest and largest living trust production corporation, responsible for creating more than 60,000 living trusts.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Living Trust : The Failproof Way to Pass Along Your Estate to Your Heirs?
everything you ever wanted to know about living trusts Dec 1, 2007
I read this book and it was just what I needed to lean all about the purpose and need for living trusts. If you are thinking about your estate planning this book is definitey a good read and very informative. I called the number mentioned in the book for a referral but no one ever got back to me. I found that very strange as the entire book is based on useing a trust professional certified by the author. Despite this, the book is very interesting and you will probably get all the information you need in regard to the subject matter. I am glad I purcheased this book and I can now say I know a lot about the need for living trusts and how to get one that meets my estate planning needs.
Still the best book I have seen on the subject Nov 13, 2007
If you want to know the history of living trusts in modern America and how the legal community looks at things this is a must read. Anyone who does not have a living trust either has no assets or no sense.
Disorganized, repetitive and much too long. Aug 23, 2007
This book contains quite a bit of good information but only after you wade through about 90 pages of sales pitch for living trusts. When you finally get to the part of the book containing actual information about trusts it is disorganized and repetitive to the extreme. Much of the book appears to be excerpts from trust seminars given by the author which are strung end to end to bulk out the book. A good rewrite and editing would make this a more readable, concise and useful book.
The Living Trust May 15, 2007
This was a gift for my grown daughter. She says it is very useful.
The Living Trust: The failproof way to pass along your estate to heirs Nov 10, 2006
It is an excellent guide book IF you have a Living Trust. There are a couple other books that Mr. Abts wrote that precede this one which are all very good and information everyone should know about, if you do not want to go through the expense of lawyers and probate. I am very glad that we had our's drawn up back in 1992. My husband passed in 2001, and this has been a great help to me, along with the help and support of an excellent Trust and Financial Advisor. The Living Trust is valid in every state in the Union.