Will I lose control of my assets if I transfer them into my Living Trust?

A Trust can be drafted to limit the control of the trustee over trust assets. However, in the vast majority of cases, where a single individual or a married couple create a Living Revocable Trust, they grant to themselves, as trustees of their own trust, all the powers and authorities than an absolute owner would have over their own assets. As a result, the previous owner of the assets becomes the trustee, trustor and initial beneficiary of the assets with all the same full rights of ownership and enjoyment.