An express trust is a way for some people to protect and transfer assets and avoid probate. The person establishing the express trust, the settlor, can do so in a document or orally and serves as the trustee of the property in the trust or may transfer the property to another trustee.
Express trusts are often used but that does not mean they are simplistic. Trust law and options are extensive and require the knowledge of a Wasilla trust lawyer to avoid problems with the applicable laws and to prepare trust documents properly.
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