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Your loved one’s estate planning strategy may have included a plan for gifting assets. A power of attorney can be used to continue gifting despite incapacity.
Some estates have two individuals serving as co-executors. When co-executors disagree, there are certain potential outcomes for what may happen.
Using a custodian may be an option when there is a minor beneficiary of an estate. View here for more information from a San Diego probate attorney.
Wondering what to do when facing the possibility of real estate foreclosure during a San Diego probate administration? View here for eight helpful tips.
Even if your loved one had an estate plan, the bank may still want a copy of the death certificate. There are many valid reasons for this request.
As the successor trustee of a trust, it is your responsibility to maintain the trust’s inventory list. This list must be kept up-to-date.
During an estate administration, you may need appraisals for some or all of the estate property. It is important to know when an appraisal is necessary.