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Corporate trustees could manage trusts without bias

When considering the many tools available to create an estate plan, some California residents may wonder whether they need more than a will. While a will certainly is a useful and essential estate planning document, other tools can help make a plan more comprehensive. For example, trusts can have many uses and offer asset protection that wills cannot. Of course, some parties may worry about who to put in charge of a trust, but luckily, the answer could be easy.

Not updating wills after moving is a major estate planning error

Many people believe that their estate plans will help their loved ones understand their wishes. While a well-executed plan can certainly achieve that goal, some people may make mistakes when creating their wills and other documents that result in difficulties for family members. As a result, it is wise to go over plans to ensure that no errors exist.

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