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Texas Revocable Living Trust

The Texas Revocable Living Trust is an estate planning legal arrangement used
to provide for the management and distribution of your property.
The Texas Revocable Living Trust is also used for providing children with an
education fund or other specific planning purposes.


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An attorney elsewhere would charge you $1,780.95 to draft this document *

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* According to the Survey of Law Firm Economics, Altman Weil Publications 2007, conservative estimates place the cost of preparing a standard living trust by an attorney at $1,780.95 based on an average attorney rate of $252.50 per hour.


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