Trusts are simply arrangements that allow for a trustee to hold legal title to property for a beneficiary. Living trusts are trusts that you create while you are alive. These can help avoid probate, reduce estate taxes or specify how property will be managed. Learn more about living trusts.
Articles About Living Trusts
- Removing a Trustee: Trust Law May Tip Final Shot in Sterling Case
Donald Sterling's legal battle really began when he and his wife Shelly became co-trustees of the family trust. By signing that document, the couple agreed on two clauses that became keys to the case.
- When Is a Person Too Incapacitated to Sign a Will, Trust or POA?
It is crucial to engage in proper legal planning with family members while they are still of sound mind. An elder law attorney outlines competency criteria that must be met in order to obtain valid legal documents before a crisis strikes.
- Siblings Who Feel Shut Out of Caregiving
While MIA siblings are the overwhelming norm, some families have very different experiences. This article offers a glimpse into another perspective on caregiving: that oft maligned long-distance siblings may actually be excluded by primary caregivers.