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Non-settlor trustee duties in revocable living trusts

California estate plans often include trusts that have dual roles. Assets in revocable living trusts benefit individuals during their lifetimes and reward beneficiaries when the trust creator, also known as a settlor, is no longer alive.

The differences between wills, living wills and living trusts

A California attorney who specializes in helping clients formulate effective estate plans understands the usefulness of wills and trusts, but the average individual may be less familiar. Conversely, an estate planning attorney cannot decide an individual's desires concerning end-of-life medical care, beneficiaries' worthiness or assets to pass on after death.

Rules are complex for IRA inheritances

Individual Retirement Accounts are investments designed to provide income during the later years of life. What happens to IRAs or the unused portions in them after death? Ideally, a Los Angeles estate planning expert will ensure that the IRA or remaining sum benefits heirs.

Who needs revocable living trusts?

Not every person requires a trust to complete an estate plan. Sometimes a will and powers of attorney cover everything necessary for an estate. In other circumstances, trust instruments are needed to ensure assets and heirs are protected from probate and, sometimes, even from an inability to manage inheritances.

Using insurance to pay estate taxes, save assets

Term and permanent life insurance policies are used to help the very wealthy and the not-so-rich cover estate taxes or balance financial relationships among heirs. Estate planning experts suggest a thorough review of the purpose of the insurance before choosing between term or permanent policies.

Proposal to lower Ca. conservators' fees heads to hearing

An article published in a California newspaper last summer led to a task force and a proposal that could change fees paid to conservators of the estates of dependent adults. Court officials in Santa Clara County are considering rules that would limit what court-appointed estate administration officials charge for services.

Who will unlock your virtual assets when you die?

Legal and money experts talk about covering all the bases for financial consequences before and after death. Estate planning can involve a few or many methods to preserve assets and control things we choose to leave to heirs. What about virtual belongings? Who gets those when we die?

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