Living Trust - Do You Have to 'Register Them?'

tomato_girlFebruary 10, 2003

I used a "How To" book and made my self a Living Trust, notarized, and registered with my mutual fund companies. Do these things need to be registered in the Court House???

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aileen

You need to check to see what is needed in your particular state. You may even have some county regulations to follow.

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