“Is Your Trust Actually Putting Your Estate At Risk For Probate?” Brought to you by www.DeedAndRecord.com
“Now more than ever people turn to websites, CD-ROM programs, fill-in-blank forms or non-attorneys to prepare their trust as a low-cost alternative to attorney prepared documents.” Low Cost Trust Preparation
“This can be a great way to cut costs if your situation is straight-forward and conforms to a ‘one-size-fits-all’ scenario.” One-Size-Fits-All?
“But what many people don’t know is that even when the trust is prepared properly, the trust transfer deed may be omitted. “This means your house or other real estate isn’t actually in the trust.” The Hidden Risk...
Any real estate not titled in the trust MUST go through probate. Without a transfer deed, the trust you created is only a glorified Will. Often even if your property had been transferred into your trust when it was originally created, it’s no longer in the trust. What You Need to Know...
If You Refinanced... “When refinancing, often banks take the real property out of trust but fail to put itback into the trust. “Plus, when refinancing you’re usually given a mass of paperwork with instructions to sign and initial multiple places, but no explanation of how the real property is titled.”
DeedAndRecord.com, an online resource, provides the following services: Your title is researched and documents prepared to transfer title of real estate from you as an individual owner into your trust. The deed is recorded with the county for no additional cost. All documents are reviewed by an attorney. If needed, additional questions are asked, individual attention is provided and direction is given. What’s The Easy Solution?
“Actual costs will be up to half the price of other online services. “You will have peace of mind knowing that everything has been reviewed by an attorney & that everything is in place.” Save Time & Money...
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