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More Information from Hartford, CT Probate Lawyer Hank Weatherby
Why You Should Regularly Review Your Trust
"One of the benefits of a Revocable Living Trust is that it can be updated when necessary. You may want to update your trust to comply with new laws or to reflect changes in your wishes or your life circumstances. In order to take advantage of this benefit, you should review your trust periodically to see if changes are needed..."
Ancillary Probate: What It Is and How to Avoid It
"Probate of a decedent’s estate will be opened in the state in which the decedent was domiciled at the time of his or her death. This state will be the state of primary probate proceedings. However, the court in the state of primary probate jurisdiction will not have jurisdiction over real estate located in another state..."
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