Q. How do I know if I need a revocable or irrevocable trust? A. You should consult with a legal professional that handles both kinds of trusts. Provide a clear explanation of your goals and the assets you are planning to use to fund the trust including any life insurance you plan to purchase or stocks...Read more
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