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Articles about Irrevocable Trust
During a trust administration, assets must be allocated among any sub-trusts. The trust may direct that either a pecuniary or fractional formula be used.
As the trustee of a trust, your job is to carry out its administration. Exercising caution can help minimize the chances of trust litigation during the process.
In California, Will contests and Trust litigation will soon make the decedent’s succession a very long and costly process, says probate lawyer Scott Grossman.
Wondering whether or not the terms of an irrevocable trust can be modified? View this page for more information from a San Diego trust litigation attorney.
Creditors may bring litigation against an irrevocable trust on the grounds of “fraudulent transfer.” View here for more from a San Diego probate court lawyer.
Attorney Scott Grossman explains that a settlor nominates successor trustees in order. If no nominated trustees are able to serve, a beneficiary can nominate so
Attorney Scott Grossman explains how a beneficiary can get a copy of a trust in San Diego, California. After the creator of the trust dies (or the second settl