Tacoma, WA asked in Estate Planning for Washington

Q: Trust to protect primary residence?

A friend of mine have real estate in WA state which is our primary residence ..she owns this property free and clear.

She does not have any other property.

I heard that one can create a trust to protect our real estate ..can you shed light on what type of trust she should create?

How much it will cost and she is of Indian origin ..but US citizen ...can she create this trust in India instead US if yes what are the advantages of creating trust in India vs USA?

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1 Lawyer Answer
Brent Bowden
Brent Bowden
Answered
  • Estate Planning Lawyer
  • Everett, WA
  • Licensed in Washington

A: I think a little more information is necessary to answer this question. Most importantly, what is it that you are hoping to protect the property from?

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