TrustStefanie Blog

Attorney Stefanie West writes about Estate Planning

Category: Excecutor

4 Posts

Keep Property Taxes Low

Accounting, Beneficiaries, Beneficiary, Children, Document Review, Elder Law, End of Life Care, Estate Planning, Estate Sale, Excecutor, Family, Fiduciary, Finances, Financial Institution, Fixing Errors, Gift, Grand Children, grand-children, Inheritance, IRS, Kids, Living Trust, Money, Nephews, Nieces, No Children, Partner, Personal Effects, Pour-Over Will, Power of Attorney, Probate, Procrastination, Property Taxes, Review, Selling House, Separate Property, Sibling Rivalry, Sibling's Children, Siblings, Significant Other, Spouse, Step-Children, Storage, Tax Law Changes, Taxes, Trust, Trustee, Will

June 2019 – Keep Property Taxes Low

Dad's Trust – When Should I Ask For A Copy?

Beneficiaries, Beneficiary, Bequest, Children, Co-Trustee, Contact Information, Elder Law, Estate Planning, Excecutor, Family, Finances, Gift, Grand Children, grand-children, heirs, Inheritance, Irrevocable, Kids, Married, Merge Households, Money, Nephews, Nieces, Personal Effects, Procrastination, Review, Revocable Trust, Sibling Rivalry, Sibling's Children, Siblings, Step-Children, Treasures, Trust, Trustee

October 2017 – Dad’s Trust – When Should I Ask For A Copy?