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If you have created a living trust through a Legal Documents company, when the time comes to change the trust or read it, can you change your representation
My parents set up a living trust 15 years ago leaving me their residential property.(2 houses on lot) I have lived in one of the houses for 30+ years and
When I started reading the information on this site, I was amazed at how easy it was to understand (not legalese). My mother died in 2016 and I am not
My sister had made my brother the trustee of her estate. Within 10 days of her passing, and under opioid pain medication, she amended her will as follows:
In Oregon or anyplace else;Can a revocable family trust Smith Family Trustbe formed by a Grantor who has a social security number and use an EIN # instead
if trustee mom has alzhiemer's disease our sisters poa's for mom say no more money got to sell the house but when they tried to evict us it came out
Hello, My dad had a Bank account that my sister had the ability to write checks from. She said the bank called it a power of attorney (POA) account.
my deceased parents trust cant be found because one of the siblings took it and no one knows who made the trust. The mobile home in Nevada they were living
Simple and very easy to understand, also there was a wealth of information for me that really helped me decide whether to have a living trust or not.
My father is deceased and my mother took me off the trust, which leaves my 2 brothers to inherit the trust. When my mother dies can I rightfully go after
What if you sell your house and put the money in your childrens name and you become medical disabled and are admitted to a nursing home, can medicaid still
My grandmother died in 2011. My dad was trustee for her living trust and the sole beneficiaries of the trust were my dad and his sister. They were
The beneficiary of the Specials Needs Trust has died and the remainder of the trust has been distributed to the listed beneficiaries after death. What
My wife's mother recently changed her trust distribution to give my wife and two brothers an 81% share of the distribution. All of her siblings were informed
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I have been the trustee named first to serve but my sister got guardianship through the court knowing it was my parents wishes for me to manage their estate.
Is a Maine irrevocable trust valid in New Mexico or any other state for that matter?