Difference Between Living Trust and Irrevocable Living Trust


a Florida Revocable Trust is a trust created during the life of an individual which can be modified, amended, or revoked at anytime during their life.

A Florida Revocable Trust becomes irrevocable after the Settlor or Grantor dies. Florida irrevocable Trusts are often used for:

1. Estate tax reduction;

2. Removing Life insurance proceeds from one's taxable estate;

3. Asset protection for the creator;

4. Asset protection for the beneficiaries;

5. Charitable Estate Planning; and

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