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    Default Trusts or Living Trusts

    How do you say "Trust" or "Living Trust" in Spanish?
    (i.e. putting your assets in a "Trust")

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    How does "Fideicomiso" sound?

    Hope this helps


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    Default How to say trust, as in living trust, in Spanish

    Thanks, it helps, however, this seems to imply the term trusteeship.
    I'm not sure it's quite the same. I guess I was looking for a simpler term, since a partnership could be a "sociedad" and corporation is "corporacion", etc.
    I was hoping to find a word that is currently being used to define this now often used vehicle by persons seeking to protect their assets and leaving less problems to their kids if they die.

    I wonder how they advertise "create a living trust" in Latin American countries, like they do here.

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    Hi!
    I agree with Hebe..I have seen Fideicomiso en vida for living trust.

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    Smile Fideicomiso

    Ok, sounds like we have a consensus on "Fidiecomiso".
    Thanks

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    Yes, it's Fideicomiso, but Living Trust is Fideicomiso en Vida.

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