Almost every attorney does estate administration, but I want to explain something about the way I handle estate administrations that I believe is different.
While planning for the end of life may not be fun, doing so offers peace of mind because it takes the uncertainty out of what will happen to your estate when you die.
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If you’re taking over as trustee of a deceased person’s living trust, you are not expected to get to work the day your loved one dies. Luckily, most trust and estate tasks are not emergencies and can wait a while so that family members can grieve and make decisions about things like memorial services. But within a month or so, you need to begin to collect information, bills, and documents and to organize a filing system, so that you can ultimately hand over property to the trust beneficiaries.