Keeping Los Angeles Trusts up to date is one of your most important tasks when you create a living trust and also for your trusts and estates lawyers. While it appears to be a big job, it is actually quite simple.
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- If you have an existing trust, the plan for you is to keep it updated by routine so you do not have to worry about whether or not you have done an adequate job.
- If you do not have an existing trust, your estate plan can have triggers and dates for followup by our trusts and estates lawyers who will keep you on task to keep the trust updated.
Los Angeles Trusts commonly create a bond between clients and estate and trust lawyers which last for decades. It is those relationships which are valuable in estate planning. Your lawyer should be able to converse with you about all of your family needs, and not just your trust and estates needs.
Can a trust end up in probate court? Yes, trusts that are contested do often end up in probate court, or when there are matters that pertain to the internal affairs of a trust, such as appointments of new trustees who are not named in the trust, or accountings which are being reviewed by the Court, the trust will become subject of a judge’s orders or subject to court supervision, if the judge so decides. It is important that you speak with a Los Angeles Trust Attorney such as Mina Sirkin to determine your rights under the trust, before or after it goes to Probate Court.