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Create new Trusts and Wills in under 20 minutes, or upload an existing document for analysis and updates.
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Health Care Directive

In 10 minutes, identify your medical agents and define your preferences for care in a Living Will (Advance Directive).
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Round out your essential estate plan with a Power of Attorney. Choose your agents, effective date, and powers.
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An executor or trustee spends 500+ hours cleaning up a messy estate.
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%

Many families report conflict due to poor planning and communication.

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Wait, why do I need a Trust?
That's a great question - provide peace of mind, control over asset distribution, minimize family disputes, protect your children's future, support cherished charities, to name a few. With Snug, it's also incredibly easy to do, so what are you waiting for?
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Does a trust avoid probate in Utah?
Yes, a trust can avoid probate in Utah. By creating a trust, you transfer ownership of your assets to the trust, ensuring that upon your death, the assets held in the trust are not subject to the probate process.
How much does a Trust cost in Utah?
In Utah, the cost of setting up a basic Revocable Living Trust generally ranges from $1,000 to $3,000. More complex trusts may cost even more. Online platforms like Snug provide more affordable options for creating wills and trusts, offering transparent pricing and quality estate planning services.
What type of trust do I need?
A Revocable Living Trust is the most common type of trust, as it can be altered or canceled during your lifetime. This type of trust offers flexibility, control over your assets, and can help avoid probate. Other types of trusts, such as Charitable Trusts or Special Needs Trusts, may be more suitable for specific situations.
How can I fund my trust?
To fund a trust in Utah, you must transfer ownership of your assets to the trust. For real estate, this involves preparing a new deed for the property in the name of the trust. For bank accounts, contact your bank to change the account holder to the trust. Other assets, such as vehicles, personal property, stocks, and bonds, must also be formally transferred to the trust.
Who can be a trustee in Utah?
In Utah, any individual who is at least 18 years old and mentally competent can serve as a trustee. Additionally, Utah law allows for corporations, such as banks or trust companies, to serve as a trustee if they are authorized to exercise trust powers in the state. Trustees must be able to handle and take care of property, and they can't have been found guilty of serious crimes, including felonies or crimes that involve dishonest or immoral behavior.
How to change your living trust in Utah?
In Utah, to alter your living trust, you must write an amendment to the original trust agreement. This amendment should clearly outline the changes you wish to make, whether it's adding or removing beneficiaries, altering trustees, or modifying the instructions for distribution. Be sure to include the date, your name, the name of the trust, and the date the trust was initially established. Similar to the original trust document, your amendment must be signed in the presence of a notary public. For more extensive changes, it may be more convenient to create a restatement of the trust. A restatement allows you to rewrite the entirety of the trust while keeping the original trust's date and title intact, which can be beneficial to avoid the process of retitling assets. In the restatement, include all the changes you wish to make, and these new provisions will replace the old ones completely.
How much does it cost to maintain a trust?

Trustee fees in Utah, determined by a "reasonable fee" standard rather than a set guideline, vary based on trust complexity, trustee expertise, and time commitment, with professional trustees typically charging a flat fee or a percentage of trust assets (0.5% to 2% annually) and non-professional trustees often paid an hourly rate, flat fee, or small percentage of the trust's assets. Read more about trustee fees in Utah.

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Personal

Family, pets, personal history, and wisdom to pass along to the next generation.

Legal

Estate planning, marriage (and divorce), business documents and succession plans.

Financial

List of assets and debts to make clear inventories and avoid discovery efforts.

Insurance

Life, home, auto, and health insurance policies and beneficiaries.

Taxes

Historical state and federal tax returns and supporting documents.

Property

Vehicles, real estate, and other property to create a Personal Property Memorandum.

Digital

Social media, cloud storage, photo services, and more digital assets.
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What makes Snug different?

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Wills
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Powers of Attorney
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Health Care Directives
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Asset & Debt Inventory
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Personal Property Inventory
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Child & Pet Planning
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Insurance Policy Storage
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Digital Asset Planning
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Trust-Based Estate Plan

All of the coverage of a Will, plus the benefit of avoiding probate to reduce family burden.

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Documents included:
Revocable Living Trust
Schedule of Assets
Pour Over Will
HIPAA Authorization
Living Will
Power of Attorney
Certification of Trust
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Planning for everyone

Snug provides one place to create essential documents, analyze existing documents for updates, and organize all of life's details. No matter where you're starting from, Snug can get you across the finish line.

Way beyond documents

We make Wills, Trusts, and essential documents easy to create and maintain - but this is just the beginning. Organize all of life's details, from collectibles to garage codes to social media, and help avoid headaches for loved ones down the road.

Sharing made simple

You've done the work to plan and protect your legacy - don't hide it in a filing cabinet. Snug allows you to share your plans with family, friends, and professional advisors to ensure your wishes are known and accessible at all times.

Comprehensive guides for you and your loved ones.

Complete Guide to Estate Planning

Estate planning can sound scary and complex, but we're here to help simplify the process and decisions for you and your family.

Complete Guide for Executors

Being an Executor or Personal Representative can be a rewarding, yet challenging role. This guide helps to light the way.

Complete Guide for Trustees

Being a Trustee is a significant legal and operational role. This guide includes everything from taxes to liability to fiduciary duties.