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Executors have a great deal of responsibility during probate

In a best case scenario, a loved one would ask another person to act as executor of his or her estate before simply appointing the person. Because California probate can take a considerable amount of time and effort, having someone willing to take on the role may prevent additional hardships. Still, even a willing executor will have a great deal of responsibility to handle.

Individuals may want to incorporate charitable trusts into plans

Many California residents want to find ways to give back during their lives. They may make donations during the year or volunteer or carry out a number of other actions to help the community or otherwise contribute. For some, the desire to create a legacy or continue to help may be so great that they want to arrange to continue the giving even after they are gone. Fortunately, charitable trusts may be able to help accomplish that.

Executors have a standard of care during estate administration

The idea of settling someone's final affairs can seem daunting. Indeed, the process of estate administration can have its complications, and an executor has a number of duties to address. This person also has to make sure that all steps taken to close the estate are correct because conflicts can easily result.

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