If anything happens to one of us, we’ll need a way to have our home “disposed of” if that is the choice of whichever one of us is still alive.
Says Trust Attorney Robert “Bob” Sakai, “If you get to a point where you can’t handle your financial affairs, will you need to sell your property to pay your bills? If you have your property in a trust, your trustee, someone you picked because you can rely on them, will be able to sell your property and pay your
bills without having to go to court.”
Most of our business recently has been property held in trusts. Although the beneficiaries may be numerous, all that’s need is a specific person or persons to act on behalf of the trust and all the beneficiaries.
She Said: “While I don’t plan on leaving this world any time soon, if anything happens to me, I’d like for my husband to have free reign over our real estate without needing my signature or consent should I be incapacitated for any reason.”
He Said: “Well, thank you very much! We have several trusted trust attorneys (no pun intended!) we can refer folks to if the need should arise.”
Do YOU have your properties in a trust?