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Will and Trusts Law

How does a revocable living trust avoid probate? 


Quite literally, a revocable living trust voids probate because a revocable living trust never technically dies. The only time that assets go through probate is when the owner of the those assets pass away. Since the revocable living trust never passes away, the assets owned by the living trust never go through probate.

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