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We will make a personalized Living Trust with options to fit both your budget and your needs.


"The fact that this California Living Trust Services was able to complete my father's trust so quickly due to illness; make a house call and notarize the document was essential.  I was impressed with their knowledge on how Living Trusts work. Everything was explained perfectly, and they made it all simple. Lastly, the price was very reasonable."
                                                    Bruce Marlin, Woodland Hills, CA


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Voted "Readers Favorite Choice" by Los Angeles Daily News in 2014 & 15, beating out every single online provider of Living Trusts.

Put Your Life In Order With A Living Trust For $799. Ready to go? You can pay with a credit card and have us take your application right away.

Living Trusts & Legal Document Services Designed To Fit Your Budget:

-Complete  Living Trust  $799
-Uncontested Divorce      $999 (court fees separate)
-Conservatorship              $999 (court fees separate) 
-Partnership Agreement $499 
-Financial Power of Attorney $89
-Comprehensive Health Care Directive $89


Why Us?


California Living Trust Services is a discount legal document service offering the same complete living trust (and other documents) an attorney provides at a fraction of the cost.

How it Works
Call us for a quote and telephone interview.  There is no obligation. Our staff will answer your questions. If you feel comfortable, we will complete the work.

Uncontested Divorce
If you are still getting along with your spouse but have to part ways, you've come to the right place. An amicable divorce is also more private and less of a headache than fighting in court.

Uncontested divorce agreements are the least expensive way to dissolve your marriage and avoid the huge costs of hiring lawyers. This can enable you to quickly get back on your feet and to put that money towards your new life. Uncontested divorces are also more private, lowering your stress levels and helping both of you move on.

Why a Legal Separation?
If you and your spouse are separating and have yet to divorce, then a legal separation may be your first step.  A legal separation is where you determine the division of your property, including child custody and support, living arrangements, and financial responsibilities. During this time, you can work on repairing your marriage or pursue divorce at a later date. Having a legal separation in place prior to divorce actually speeds up the divorce process once divorce proceedings are enacted.

Getting a Legal Separation
Paperwork needs to be submitted to a Judge and on rare occasion you may need to appear before a Judge. Once the waiting period is completed then the legal separation is, well, legal.

If you are seeking a court order to protect a friend or family member who is incapacitated and also give you legal control of their assets, then you've come to the right place. There are two types of conservatorship, one for financial affairs and one for a person's daily activities.

Petitioning For Conservatorship Involves:

-Application or Petition
-Court Appearance
-Possibly Probate 

We simplify this complex process, filling and filing all the necessary paperwork thus making it both stress-free and cost effective for you.

Quitclaim Deeds
A Quitclaim deed is simply a deed that transfers real estate ownership from one person(s) to another(s).  The Trust Pros is the only service available to make house call in Southern California. The fee for a property quitclaim deed (which include services below) are $169.

Quitclaim Deed Service Includes:

  • Complete Deed Preparation
  • Completion of Preliminary Change of Ownership Report (County Application)
  • Notary
  • Optional House Call is an additional $200

LIVING TRUST INFO. It's the same trust big law firms provide, which Includes (in addition to free in-home delivery):

Trust Agreement - Document that sets forth who the beneficiaries are and what trust assets they are to receive on the Grantor's (owner's) death. Also establishes who will manage the trust upon the death or incapacity of the Grantor(s).

Last Will & Testament - (Pour Over Will) - Will used to transfer any non-trust property to the trust upon the death of the grantor, and to nominate a guardian for minor children.

Power of Attorney for Financial Management - Appoints an individual to make certain decision in regard to property and financial affairs if the principle becomes incapacitated.

Power of Attorney for Health Care Decisions - Appoints an individual to make certain decisions in regard to property and financial affairs if the principal (owner)becomes incapacitated.

Living Will - Advanced Health Care Directive in regards to having artificial life support in the event of a terminal condition.

Abstract of Trust - This is simply a miniature version or your living trust, or a legal summary. It is designed for you to make copies to be given to banks, security accounts, real estate property, etc. in helping them transfer your assets into the trust.

What is a Revocable Living Trust?
A revocable Living Trust allows you to transfer the ownership of your property (i.e. your real estate, checking and savings brokerage accounts, mutual fund accounts, online trading accounts, etc.) and other personal property (such as artwork, coin collection, tools, furniture, personal effect, etc.) from your name into your trust (which you own), as the trustee (who makes financial decisions).

You, the trustee, will simply continue as before to exercise the same control over everything you did previously, but the advantage is your assets and your loved ones will ovoid the publicity, delay and expensive costs of both probate and conservatorship. Since you no longer own anything in your name, there is nothing to probate if you die or become disabled.

How Does a Trust Work?
When setting up a living trust, you name yourself as the owner and primary beneficiary (until your death) with specific named successor (or back up) trustees to take your place instantly if needed - without any court supervision or involvement. Your successor trustees (or executor) takes over only in the event that something happens to you. Their job is to follow the instructions in your trust.

In the event of disability, your successor trustee steps in with legal power and handles all of your financial affairs if needed. He/she can make deposits, pay bills, and apply for disability benefits for you, etc. -- whatever is necessary to keep things in order until you get better. Once you get better, you simply take over again.

How do you put your trust into effect?
After our staff has reviewed & notarized your trust, your simply change title on all property and accounts from your name into the formal name of your living trust. Almost any kind of property can be put into a living trust. The process of transferring property in to your living trust is called "funding the trust".

Why not have a Living Will Instead?
A living will still requires probate, is public and easily contested. Anyone who wants to see your will can get a copy. Probate court will refuse to see anyone for a year (at least). They contact anyone who may be related to you, send then notices of an official hearing, allowing them to challenge or lay claim to your estate. they also place an ad in the paper, urging anyone to come forward who wishes to lay claim to the estate. Any assets in the estate are frozen until a judge renders a decision after reviewing the will and listening to all those who appear in court to challenge the estate. This process takes 2 years on average, and much longer if the estate is contested. Simply put, a living trust makes all these issues go away.