Answer: Once you have created your living trust, you can avoid probate on all of the assets that are transferred into the trust. By transferring your assets into the trust, your assets are then held by you as trustee of your trust and upon your death, the trust operates to provide for the distribution of those assets to your beneficiaries pursuant to your instructions to your successor trustee.
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