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Maryland Estate Planning & Probate Attorney > Maryland Probate FAQs > If I have a revocable living trust, do I still need a will?

If I have a revocable living trust, do I still need a will?

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If you have a revocable living trust, you would still need to have a will. In many cases, not all of the assets have been re-titled in the name of the trust and therefore those assets would need to go through the probate process. The will would essentially pour over any and all assets that hadn’t been titled in the name of the trust into the trust to ensure that those assets are in fact distributed in accordance with the trust provisions.

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