In lieu of preparing a will, a common estate planning instrument is called a Living Trust. A Living Trust takes effect while the party is alive and is customarily revocable, meaning that it can be revised, cancelled or changed during the lifetime of the trustor. Once the trustor dies, it becomes irrevocable and assets are distributed according to the terms. Individuals commonly use Living Trusts in order to avoid having the estate go through probate. In the case of married couples, they can create a living trust to handle both their individual and joint estates.
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