Tag: Legal

Title Issues in Estate Planning

It happens more times than you may think. Mom and Dad have passed away and they have left a piece of real estate to a number of their children in equal shares. Over time, the children have transferred their interest to other siblings, other sibling’s trusts and perhaps a limited liability company or two.
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Title of Real Property upon the First to Die

Is there anything that needs to be done with mom and dads’ real property, titled in the name of the family trust, upon the first death? Yes, the survivor should file with the County Recorder where the real property is located, an Affidavit of Death of Trustee form.
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California Small Estates

<p>What to do when a member of your family has passed away and there is hardly anything of value in the estate? </p> <p>As of January 2020, an estate with assets valued at $166,250.00 or less, excluding certain types of assets, is considered a Small Estate. (Prob. Code 13100)</p>
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