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Estate Planning: A Living Trust
Kentucky Christian University wants to partner with you and your congregation in advancing the Lord's Kingdom through estate planning stewardship. Many people do not realize that through the process of probate, up to 10% of an individual's estate can be taken from heirs and an estate may be tied up in legal proceedings for more than one year.
KCU's approach to estate planning stewardship is centered on an estate planning tool known as a Living Trust. A Living Trust is completely private and confidential. Assets placed in a Living Trust are not subject to the expenses of probate. You may serve as the trustee of your Living Trust and it is revocable at any time prior to your death.
KCU's representative is available to share a free 60-minute presentation that explains the benefits of a Living. To discuss how our free Living Trust Seminar can benefit you and your congregation contact KCU's Office of Development.