Control of Your Assets
- A living trust allows you to provide for your family
- You decide who will eventually receive the trust remainder
- By using a trust you bypass probate, keeping your financial affairs confidential
- You make the decisions with a professional trustee
A living trust allows you to provide for yourself and your family before and after your death. A living trust can work very well with your estate plan because of its built-in flexibility.
Wills and trusts are completely revocable. You can change or terminate them anytime. However, unlike wills, a living trust can be implemented immediately.
You can make a contribution to the Congregation of the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Boston through a living trust by naming us as the trust’s beneficiary. You retain complete control of this asset during your lifetime