Protect yourself and your family with a living trust
Talk with a Utah attorney via Zoom or over the phone and start creating a living trust today.
Reasons you should have a living trust
aka Inter Vivos Trust or Revocable Trust
A living trust is a legal document in which a trust is created for you during your lifetime that allows an easy transfer of your assets and property to your beneficiaries and heirs.
Like a will, a living trust specifies your final wishes pertaining to your property, dependents, and heirs. A major difference is that a living trust does not have to go through probate, which can save your surviving family a lot of time and money in court proceedings. In addition, information regarding the estate, property and heirs is kept private.
To avoid probate
Probate can eat up some of your inheritance with expensive court proceedings and legal costs. It can cause unnecessary stress on your family and contention between your beneficiaries.
Hold assets in trust
Hold assets in trust while you’re alive so they will pass efficiently to your heirs after death.
Keep your estate private
Personal and financial information regarding your estate and it’s heirs will be kept private.
If you become incapacitated, your trustee will be able to step in to handle your affairs.
Is a living trust right for you?
If you have children or own a home, a living trust might be the most efficient way for you to distribute your property after you die. You can ensure your property is disbursed properly without expensive legal costs or the courts getting in the way.
A living trust allows you to control and manage your assets and property while continuing to provide for your children and family after your death.
What is a revocable living trust?
Provisions in the living trust can be changed or altered and even canceled at the grantor’s direction.
When to use a living trust:
- If you own property to be disbursed when you die
- To efficiently distribute assets to your children and heirs
- To avoid probate
- To keep details of your estate private
- To continue to care for your family and children if you are incapacitated
Virtual estate planning and probate at your convenience
We simplified the process to make it easier for you to prepare for the future and take care of your family — without leaving your home or office.
Book an appointment
Use our easy-to-use scheduling tool to select a day and time to meet virtually.
Meet with a licensed Utah attorney about your estate planning needs.
Review and approve
Receive a draft of your estate plan within 7 business days.
Why choose us?
Protecting your family with an estate plan is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. With Utah Legal Express, you get the benefit of working with a trusted Utah attorney that will listen to you and create the best plan for your unique situation.
We have been doing this for over 40 years and know how to navigate these difficult topics to give your family peace long after you are gone. By going virtual, we have eliminated expensive overhead and will pass those savings directly to you.
Don't rely on automated websites like LegalZoom when it comes to your family and future. Receive professional service and direction from a trusted Utah estate planning attorney.
You can be confident you are getting the best plan for your unique situation. We have been doing this for over 40 years and helped thousands of Utah families with their legal needs.
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Creating an estate plan can often seem difficult and overwhelming. We will simplify the difficult issues for you and create a personalized plan for your situation within 7 days.
Estate Plan Packages
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No hidden fees — flat rate costs so you know what to expect.
Avoid probate and continue providing for your children and family after your death
Living trust, last will and testament, property transfer deed, power of attorney and health care directive.
Ensure that your assets are transferred after your death just the way you want.
Last will and testament, power of attorney and health care directive.
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