In today’s digital age, our lives are increasingly lived online. We share our thoughts, photos, and experiences with friends and followers on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. But what happens to these accounts after we pass away? Do they simply disappear, or do they live on forever? In this blog post, we’ll […]
When planning for our own future, our pets are often overlooked. A Pet Trust ensures your pet is cared for after you’re gone. Did you know that nearly 1 million pets are euthanized each year in the U.S. because they’ve been abandoned? Over half of these cases are due to the death or disability of […]
Putting Your Trust In The Right Estate Planning Attorney (For You) Will Make All The Difference We all want to live the American Dream, and the Fernandez family, through hard work and perseverance, achieved their dream. But when it was time for their estate plan to pass on their hard-earned family legacy, their dream turned […]
Those who take the time to create an Estate Plan usually desire to keep it private and to ensure that no beneficiary can alter the plan after their death. Sometimes, the desire to maintain privacy backfires and produces unanticipated consequences, such as litigation.
If a client’s Estate Plan involves a revocable trust, then the client needs to decide who will serve as trustee after the client dies. Sometimes, clients have several undesirable options if they want to name an individual and they consider naming an institution to serve as trustee. This article provides a framework for clients considering naming an institutional trustee.