Administering a trust after the death of a trustor is a process that demands both time and effort, but it is crucial for ensuring the trustor’s wishes are honored and beneficiaries are taken care of. This process involves a series… READ MORE

Closing out a living trust is a process that trustees may consider when the trust is no longer needed, typically because the “trustor” has died and the successor trustee steps in to administer the trust (or close out the trust).… READ MORE

If you leave burial instructions in a health care power of attorney, or in a signed writing as part of a living trust, you may avoid unfortunate post-death consequences that cannot be undone. A retired bachelor made a will in… READ MORE