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Does a revocable living trust protect my property from creditors?

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Does a revocable living trust protect my property from creditors?

Question: Does a revocable living trust protect my property from creditors?

Answer: A revocable living trust can protect your property from creditors for your heirs. You cannot set up a trust and get asset protection for the assets that you put into your own trust however, upon your death when your heirs inherit property and it continues to be held in the trust the assets of that trust can have what’s called a spend thrift clause which protects the assets then from the creditors from your heirs and the beneficiaries of your trust.


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