All trusts are first categorized as either a testamentary trust or a living trust. A testamentary trust is one that does not activate until the death of the Maker. A living trust (formally referred to as an inter vivos trust) takes effect as soon as all formalities of creation are complete and sufficient assets are transferred into the trust. Learn more about Illinois trust agreements in this presentation.
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