Lorni Sharrow extols benefits of living trusts for Realtor.com, Fox News, Yahoo
Moye White Partner Lorni Sharrow has been quoted by national news outlets in an October 5 story on living trusts titled “Why Should I Put My Home in a Living Trust?”
The story examines what a living trust is, how it differs from a will, and why it is a good idea to put your home, typically your largest asset, in a living trust. It also advises readers on choosing between revocable and irrevocable trusts.
“Estate planning goes to the bottom of everybody’s to-do list,” Lorni says in the article, explaining that only about 20 percent of Americans have a living trust. “But once they sign a living trust, the weight of the world is off their shoulders.”
The story, written by Lisa Kaplan Gordon, was originally published in Realtor.com, a national online resource for home buyers and sellers and the official site of the National Association of Realtors. It was also published by national news outlets Fox News and Yahoo News.
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Lorni Sharrow is an experienced trusts & estates attorney who provides guidance to business owners, family offices, individuals, and married or partnered couples using estate planning tools, charitable vehicles, and business strategies to facilitate wealth preservation and values transfer.
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