- Series: Make Your Own Living Trust
- Paperback: 372 pages
- Publisher: NOLO; 9 edition (March 6, 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 141330933X
- ISBN-13: 978-1413309331
- Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 1 x 11 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 130 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,492,764 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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You can set up your living trust yourself, but don't forget to transfer your home's title into your living trust... A good book to read first is Make Your Own Living Trust. (Robert Bruss The Washington Post 20090101)
The best book on [the] topic is Make Your Own Living Trust... (Charlotte Observer 20090101)
If you think you can prepare your own living trust, an excellent book is Make Your Own Living Trust. (Chicago Tribune 20090101)
Make Your Own Living Trust is an excellent reference. (Kiplinger's Retirement Report 20090101)
A do-it-yourself manual with checklists, step-by-step procedures, worksheets and forms. It even offers ideas for getting professional legal help for special questions or circumstances. (Los Angeles Times 20090101)
As if life weren't complicated enough, now dying is, too. But it can be simpler for your family and friends with a living trust. [Clifford] shows how living trusts work, naming beneficiaries and creating a backup will. (Orange County Register 20090101)
You can create your own [living trust] with Make Your Own Living Trust. (Smart Money 20090101)
An excellent book with sample living trust forms... (St. Petersburg Times 20090101)
In Nolo you can trust. ...Denis Clifford's clearly written Make Your Own Living Trust should prove an enormous help to families who want to spare their heirs the expense and trouble of probate. (Jan Rosen The New York Times 20090101)
There are important differences between the trust-mill approach and that of such well-respected products as Nolo's Make Your Own Living Trust. (The Wall Street Journal 20090101)
"In Nolo you can trust. ...Denis Clifford's clearly written Make Your Own Living Trust should prove an enormous help to families who want to spare their heirs the expense and trouble of probate."
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I think this book is fantastic, and the price is very reasonable for what it delivers.
Even if you subsequently decide to hire a lawyer to do your trust, this book will help you get acquainted with the issues so you know what you're talking about when you talk to the lawyer. And it will be a big help to your beneficiaries to know what to do when they inherit.
There is work to do after you finish. If you want your home to be in the living trust, you must go to the hall of records and file a change of title. It is simple. Get a Quit Claim form and transfer the title to "Living Trust of ***************** ". It is simple and easy. Transfer title of all other items that are listed in the trust, also.
Make clear instructions for the executor. Don't make him or her guess what you may have meant.