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Benefits of family trusts include avoiding the probate process, protection from legal challenges and avoiding a conservatorship, says Nolo. The different types of trusts a person can set up include revocable trusts, irre... More »

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A family trust is an allocation of funds or assets made to the beneficiaries with some conditions attached, according to USA.gov, the U.S. government's official web portal. The family trust is managed by the trustee who ... More »

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People can set up a family trust by reviewing the types of trusts, choosing a trustee and beneficiaries and meeting with a qualified attorney and tax adviser to complete the legal document, state CNN.com and MetLife.com.... More »

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