What is a Bill of Transfer for Living Trust?
A lot of people take care of ownership issues when it comes to estates and vehicles, but what about that fine china set or the collection of jewelry? A Bill of Transfer for Living Trust (otherwise known as a Transfer of Property Form for Living Trust) can help make things a lot easier when someone passes away and it can also help cement just who owns what property. Why do this? Only property that's owned by a trust can be distributed by it. It's a great way to make sure all valuables are protected - along with the rights of the present and future owners. Our Bill of Transfer for Living Trust can help straighten everything out.
NOTE: This document cannot be used to transfer real estate or other property that has a title document, such as a vehicle. If you desire to transfer real property into your trust you should consider preparing a Quitclaim Deed.
When to use a Bill of Transfer for Living Trust:
- You want to transfer personal property that doesn't have a deed or title.
- You're helping someone make sure their property is protected.
BILL OF TRANSFER - LIVING TRUST
We, and hereby sell, transfer, and assign to the Trustee of the , all of our right, title and interest in the assets(s) described on the attached Schedule A.
Bill of Transfer