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What Happens When a Trust Fails to Identify Assets of the Estate

A living trust is a written legal document where assets are placed into a trust for a person’s benefit during their lifetime and their beneficiaries benefit after their death. The successor trustee is put in charge of reallocating assets after the death of the individual who wrote the trust. The living trust is often selected…
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What Is Required for a Will to be Valid under California Law?

  Your last will and testament is very important to ensure your assets are bequeathed as you wish. Every state has its own estate and trust laws, and California is no different. If you live in California, here are a few things you should know about creating a will: The Last Will and Testament Must…
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What Should You Know about Agents in Equine Transactions

In equine transactions, an intermediary is often used by a buyer or seller to ensure the transaction goes smoothly and nobody is being taken advantage of. Oftentimes, the agent will be a trainer or farm manager that has an existing relationship with the principal. For example, a trainer with years of experience may be invaluable…
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