Discretionary Living Trusts A legacy for generations

Written by Trust Specialist, Mervin Messias, it is the culmination of knowledge and expertise that has been acquired over many years’ study and practice of Trust law.

The author recommends the use of Trusts as part of estate planning because they provide solutions to many potentially complicated problems related to asset protection, succession planning, and disability protection. Many little-known benefits of Trusts are revealed to help protect your hard-earned wealth for generations to come. A Trust circumvents the whole process of winding up an estate, together with its potential delays, hassles and frustration.

In fact, a Trust deserves pride of place in any estate plan. It means business as usual, even after death, with no executor, executor’s fees or estate duty.

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    Estate Planning For Young Adults

    Estate Planning For Young Adults

    Take a look at these points.

    As a young adult, you may not think that you need an estate plan. However, you need to have an estate plan, especially since you are over the age of 18. You need to plan for unforeseen circumstances. Nothing is guaranteed in life. What might happen if you pass away at a young age or become disabled later on in your life? Young adults have to think about preparing some estate planning documents. An estate planning attorney can assist young adults in preparing an estate plan.

    Estate planning for young adults:

    • With an estate plan, you can assist your favourite charities.
    • A young adult should have a will. A will lets a young adult designate which person should receive her assets when she passes away.

    Now that you know more about estate planning for young adults, all that you need to do is to have an estate plan created. You must have a plan in place for the future, especially as a young adult.

    JD (Juris Doctor) / BA, LLB (Wits) / TEP (Trust & Estate Practitioner) / MTP (Master Tax Practitioner – S.A)