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Living Trust

A property right, held by one party for the benefit of another, that becomes effective during the lifetime

A sample living trust

of the creator and is, therefore, in existence upon his or her death.

A living trust, also known as an inter vivos trust, is different from a testamentary trust, which is created by will and does not take effect until the death of the settlor.

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