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How can I update or modify my old California estate plan that involves an irrevocable trust?

Establishing an estate plan in the first place can be a costly and time-consuming process. The idea of updating it years later, when your situation …

How Do I Choose a Trustee in California?

Very carefully – this important decision can protect loved ones and ensure they have adequate resources. A trustee is responsible for managing …

How do I contest a trust in California?

A trust contest is typically filed on behalf of a contestant when he or she has concerns with the distribution provisions of the trust. For …

What can I do if the trustee of a California trust will not provide me with information?

An heir or beneficiary of a trust is entitled to certain information about the trust from the trustee, including a copy of the trust once the trustor …

How much does a trust or will cost in California?

A revocable living trust can vary in cost, depending on the complexity of the estate plan, size of the estate and whether it is for a single person …

Can I get my trust fund early in Nevada?

In Nevada, that depends on the terms of the trust. If you want to access funds earlier than specified in the trust, you may need to petition the …

How to dispute a living trust in Nevada?

You would first need to petition the Court to assume jurisdiction of the Trust.  The main goal of the Living Trust is typically to avoid …

How much does a trust fund cost in Nevada?

A revocable living trust package can vary in price, generally anywhere from $1,000 to $4,500.  Our firm charges a flat fee of $995 for a …

How to leave assets to a minor in Nevada?

A revocable living trust is the best way to leave assets to a minor in Nevada.  It allows you to name a custodian for the asset (the Trustee), …

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