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Trust Administration

  • On behalf of: The Hughes Law Firm, P.C.
  • Published: April 11, 2018

If you’ve been named a successor trustee you may be gratified to think that someone held you in high enough esteem to ask you to do the job. Or, alternately, you may be somewhat mystified as to what exactly you’re expected to do. Here’s some help to get started. What’s a successor trustee? The successor trustee is the person who…Read More

  • On behalf of: The Hughes Law Firm, P.C.
  • Published: April 11, 2018

If you’ve been named a successor trustee you may be gratified to think that someone held you in high enough esteem to ask you to do the job. Or, alternately, you may be somewhat mystified as to what exactly you’re expected to do. Here’s some help to get started. What’s a successor trustee? The successor trustee is the person who…Read More

  • On behalf of: The Hughes Law Firm, P.C.
  • Published: December 19, 2017

Being a successor trustee of someone’s revocable living trust is not something that people do every day. In fact, many people will never do it. That is why most people are unfamiliar with how to complete a trust settlement. There are six main steps: Do inventory. The best place to start is by gathering all of the decedent’s estate planning documents…Read More

  • On behalf of: The Hughes Law Firm, P.C.
  • Published: July 18, 2017

Preparing your trust in Colorado can be confusing, especially when you come across terms that you have never heard before. One of the phrases that is commonly misunderstood is an inter vivos trust. Understanding what this trust is and what the benefits are can help you determine if this is the right trust for you. According to the American Bar…Read More

  • On behalf of: The Hughes Law Firm, P.C.
  • Published: April 21, 2017

Trying to help family members and other loved ones in Colorado can be difficult, especially if they are not willing to accept your help. Sometimes, because of mental ailments or personality traits, a person who is no longer capable of managing financial affairs may be resistant to accepting the help of a loved one. This can lead to financial devastation…Read More