THE GULISTAN AGREEMENT is available for download right away in a 7 zip file. If you do not have 7 zip it can be downloaded for free here: LINK
THE GULISTAN AGREEMENT is formed as a revocable inter-vivos (living) trust. To learn what a inter-vivos trust is you can click this link: LINK
“Inter vivos (intervivos) trusts are simply trusts created while you are still alive. This is opposed to testimentary trusts, which are created in your will and only enacted upon your death. There are many types of inter vivos trusts, all of which avoid probate court and some of which can even help you reduce and avoid estate taxes.
Revocable vs. Irrevocable Inter Vivos Trusts
Many people want to find the best solution for eliminating estate taxes for their surviving family. One misconception of inter vivos trusts is that all trusts created while you are alive avoid tax liability. Current tax law divides inter vivos trusts into two distinct categories: revocable and irrevocable. Revocable trusts can be canceled and controlled by the benefactor and are still accountable for estate taxes because no taxes are paid when assets are transferred into the trust. Irrevocable trusts, on the other hand, cannot be canceled or controlled by the benefactor, but are free of estate taxes because income taxes are paid whenever anything is deposited into the trust.” and here: LINK
Once you buy a trust, you can make a comparison on how a living trust is created by a lawyer here: LINK and how your living trust is written. Then you can decide if you have quality and refer this site to your friends or not.
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