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Ensuring your child’s future safety and well-being is crucial. Life’s unpredictability means not leaving their fate to chance. With Dyasty, you provide a guaranteed protective umbrella over your children, avoiding distressing custody battles or the risk of them landing in unstable environments.
No parent wants a judge potentially placing their child with someone with a history of child abuse, drug or alcohol problems, financial instability, or any other issues. A Child Guardianship Form clearly states your wishes, respects the child’s preferences, and ensures a faster, stable placement process
More than just financial security, combining a trust with guardianship ensures your children are cared for by the right people & their inheritance is protected. With Dyasty, you’ll have peace of mind knowing you’ve outlined a bright, secure future for them
Combining a guardianship with a Dynasty Living Trust can protect the future of your children and their inheritance.
Our founding team previously revolutionized the venture capital space at Carta by empowering more employee ownership and transparency into startup companies. Today Carta is used by over 70% of startups and manages over 2.5M users.
Now we have our sights set on empowering the average American with wealth creation and protection tools that are usually reserved for the rich. Our Co-Founder & CTO was the first employee and architect of Carta’s platform that secures their $2.5 trillion in assets. He brings that knowledge to Dynasty to build a secure Living Trust Platform.
Influential Finance Billionaire
CEO of Carta
VP of InfraTech Partners
Founder of Insignt Partners
Prominent Angel Investor
Founder of Tribe Capital
“Being an estate attorney for the past 12 years, I’ve seen millions of dollars lost due to court challenges and lost documents. I highly recommend using a platform like Dynasty to notarize and store your documents safely.”
Domenic Scire – Estate Planning Attorney, San Jose, CA
“I converted my paper trust to Dynasty because it needed updating and I didn’t have time to go through it all again manually. Also didn’t feel like paying the fees. This was so much easier and was able to get it done while on my morning walk to work. Most seamless legal experience I have ever had.”
Richard Smith – Regional Field Director, New York, New York.
“I’ve been putting off creating a trust for years because of how painful and expensive the process is. I needed a trust because my startup stock doesn’t allow me to name a beneficiary. Pleasantly surprised by how fast and simple it is with Dynasty. Highly highly recommend.”
“Very surprised by how simple this was and how the process only took a few minutes to setup. The questions were broken down in plain English and made me realize everyone should start a trust as early as possible. The earlier you start the easier it is.”
“I did this the old way and was shocked by how hard and expensive it was. Dynasty removes all the paperwork and makes it effortless. Took me less than 5 minutes. One of the best new products I’ve used in a long time.”
James McGillicuddy – CEO & Cofounder at BRM, San Francisco, CA.
A Living Trust is a personal entity that you put your assets into. Think of it like a personal LLC that you put everything you own in. Except it doesn’t protect you from liability like an LLC, it protects your assets and heirs from probate.
Probate is the expensive and complicated (12-18 months) court process where a judge decides what happens to your assets when you die or become incapacitated. Creating a living trust allows your assets to completely circumvent probate and seamlessly transfer to whoever you want.
In addition to being able to assign who you want to inherit your assets, a Trust also allows you to assign someone to manage it (your successor trustee).
Instead of going through probate, your Successor Trustee takes control of the Trust and distributes your assets per your instructions.
The person you select as Successor Trustee should be your most trusted person. Like a best friend or closest family member.
At Dynasty, we believe everyone needs a Living Trust. If you have assets today, or plan to acquire assets in the future, you should create a trust. That way when you buy your first house or get startup shares, you can immediately title them in your Trust and never be left unprotected.
Guardianship and adoption are both legal methods to provide for a child’s care, but they have some distinct differences. Adoption permanently changes the legal relationship between the child and the adoptive parents, essentially removing all rights and responsibilities from the biological parents. Once a child is adopted, the adoptive parents become the child’s legal parents in every sense. Guardianship, on the other hand, is often a temporary arrangement and does not sever the legal relationship between the child and their biological parents. Parents might still retain some rights or responsibilities, and the guardianship can be terminated if circumstances change.
The process to establish guardianship varies by jurisdiction, but generally, it requires filing a petition with the appropriate court, usually probate or family court. There may be a need for notices to be given to relevant parties (like the child’s parents or other close relatives), and a hearing will typically be scheduled. At the hearing, the court will assess the best interests of the child and determine if guardianship is appropriate. Factors considered might include the child’s needs, the relationship between the child and potential guardian, and the capability of the potential guardian.
Yes. If someone does not agree with the proposed guardianship, they can contest it in court. This might be a biological parent, another relative, or even the child (depending on their age and maturity). If contested, the court will carefully review all evidence and testimony presented to make a decision based on the child’s best interests.
If a guardian is unable to fulfill their duties due to reasons like illness, relocation, or a change in circumstances, they can petition the court to resign. The court may then appoint a successor guardian. It’s also possible for another interested party to file a petition with the court to have the guardian replaced if they believe the guardian is not acting in the child’s best interest. With GetDynasty, you can select multiple backup guardians to help the court decisions.
A Living Trust is a financial tool that lets you plan, organize, and protect your life. It’s a personal entity that allows you to add assets and plan out your inheritance. Eliminating legal battles, cost, and time spent by your loved ones.
Think of it like a personal LLC that you put everything you own in. Except it doesn’t protect you from liability like an LLC does, it protects you from probate and conservatorship.
Probate is the complicated court process (12-18 months) where a judge decides what happens to your assets after you die, become incapacitated, or are “deemed” incapable. Creating a living trust allows your assets to completely circumvent probate and immediately transfer to your loved ones.
In addition to being able to name heirs (your beneficiaries), a Trust also allows you to assign someone to manage it (your successor trustee). Instead of going through probate, your Successor Trustee takes control of the Trust, handles your affairs, and distributes your assets according to your instructions. The person you select as Successor Trustee should be your most trusted person. Like a best friend or closest family member.
At Dynasty, we believe everyone should have a Living Trust. If you have children, assets, or plan to acquire assets in the future, you should create a Trust. That way when you buy your next home, open a bank or brokerage account, get startup shares, etc. – you can immediately title them in your trust.