Which assets get designated in a will?

Any of your “probate” assets (assets that aren't automatically transferred on death, such as a jointly owned house or retirement account with named beneficiaries) can be designated in a will. However, not all of your assets cannot be specifically designated to a person in your will.

To solve this, Tomorrow offers a trust that lets you put your personal belongings and assets into your trust. When these assets and belongings are in a trust, they can be distributed to a particular person. A trust also adds a level of financial protection, privacy, and control.

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