Yes, by having a Will in combination to a Revocable Living Trust you provide for any assets or tangible property to be governed by the trust in the event the trust is not named on the title for the property. Life happens and there are times property is acquired after you've put your estate plan in place. Because life happens it is a good idea to review your estate plan on a regular basis.
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