What is Trust Administration?
Are You Looking for “Trust Administration Near Me”?
Contact Elder Law Services of California for a free consultation with an estate planning and probate attorney to have your questions about trust administration answered. Generally speaking, when a person who has a trust dies, the process of Trust Administration needs to begin so it’s necessary that the person who is chosen to be the Trustee understands what is required of them. Trust Administration can include the management of the estate, the liquidation of assets, and distribution of inheritance to the heirs of the estate according to the decedent’s wishes.
Administrating an Estate Can Be Very Time Consuming
A trustee is a person who is put in charge of a trust. An administrator is a person who is appointed by the probate court to oversee the estate of a person who has died (decedent) when there is no will. An executor is a person appointed by the probate court to oversee a decedent’s estate when the will has been admitted to probate.
Consulting with an estate planning/probate attorney is recommended if you’ve been wondering:
- What is Trust Administration?
- Do I need trust administration?
- How can an attorney help in trust administration?
The estate planning and probate attorneys at Elder Law Services of California are available to help you in the handling of Trust Administration matters.
Call 800-403-6078 to schedule a free consultation with experienced legal professionals who are ready to help you with all concerns and matters related to trust administration in the State of California.