Presented by: Kristin Yokomoto, Esq., Albrecht & Barney
Downloads: Presentation | Handout: Trustee Checklist
Trust administration is a critical component of elder law. With more people passing away with trusts, successor trustees need your legal services to help them understand their fiduciary duties and how to properly administer a trust. As an attorney, you need a disciplined process in place to oversee multiple administrations so important tax issues are analyzed correctly and deadlines are met.
During this one-hour webinar, you'll learn the benefits of adding trust administration to the services you provide and how to develop a process to avoid pitfalls and liability.
- Creating a process from start to finish
- Comparison of first death versus second death administrations
- Understanding outright distributions versus sub-trusts allocations
- Protecting the successor trustee with allocation agreements
- Preventing beneficiary litigation
CLE: 1 hour
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