Fortunately, working with an attorney for trust administration is a straightforward process that will give the successor trustees a great peace of mind throughout the administration.Trust administration begins with a required probate code notice to all trust beneficiaries and heirs of the settlors.
They’re usually paid by his probate estate from the cash and assets he did not transfer to his trust during his lifetime. This is the person the decedent named in his trust documents to take over management after his death.
If you’re the person named, you won’t need court authorization to act on behalf of the trust; the documents are enough.
California Probate Code Section 16061.7 states that such notice must be sent within 60 days of the death of a settlor and allows the recipient of the notice to request a copy of the trust.
After receiving the mailed notice, the recipient has 120 days from the date of mailing to file a trust contest.
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