In today's complex world, securing your financial future is more crucial than ever.

Who Needs a Living Trust?

  • Married couples or single parents with minor children.
  • Anyone who owns real estate.
  • Anyone with assets of $50,000 or more.
  • Anyone who desires assets be held “In Trust” and distributed to heirs beyond the default age of distribution, or according to special terms.
  • Anyone with special-needs dependents.
  • Married couples in a second marriage who want to protect the children of a first marriage.
  • Business owners.
  • Domestic partners.



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The Financial Architects maintains and operates a variety of investments and insurance products and services, to help you address your financial needs and concerns.

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