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If I Have A Revocable Living Trust Do I Still Need A Will?

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Generally with a revocable trust there's a pour-over will. A pour-over will is a little bit different than the last will and testament. It's a pour over meaning if any of your assets are outside your trust upon your death it picks up that asset and pours it over into the trust to follow those instructions of the trust. Secondly, there are certain assets you don't want to put into trusts like an automobile for liability purposes. Additionally, there's also instructions with respect to burial that are usually included in a will. So, yes a pour over will is generally accompanying a revocable living trust.

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