How Is a Revocable Trust Administered After the Trustmaker Dies?

How Is a Revocable Trust Administered After the Trustmaker Dies?

Revocable trust administration is usually easier to manage after the original Trustmaker dies when compared to the alternative of probate. The trust administration is private, there is no court involved, and usually, there are fewer third-party items involved in the...
Transferring a Business to the Next Generation

Transferring a Business to the Next Generation

Over the years, one of the biggest challenges for small businesses is finding ways to transfer the value embedded in the business to the next generation. With the busy-ness of everyday operations demanding constant attention, business succession planning often remains...
What Happens After I Die If I Have a Revocable Trust?

What Happens After I Die If I Have a Revocable Trust?

Revocable trusts are often promoted with an “Avoid Probate” slogan. They are supposed to make things easier for your descendants to manage after your death. This is certainly true most of the time, but what really happens after you die? And how can you...

What Happens in Probate and Why You Want to Avoid It

It’s common knowledge in the estate planning field that people like to avoid the probate process. Many people hold this general idea, but few know why or how they can avoid the mess of probate. In this blog post we’ll look at common reasons why probate...