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 How to Dissolve a Trust in Court?

Answer It's not necessary in all cases to appear in court to dissolve a trust. Revocable trusts can be dissolved outside of court using an assignment form. Irrevocable trusts can also be dissolved outside... Read More »
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Does a beneficiary of a living trust have the right to see the trust?

A beneficiary's right to examine a revocable living trust does not exist until the trustor---the person who made the trust---dies. The beneficiary then has the right to request a copy of the trust ... Read More »
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Is a living trust a testamentary trust?

A living trust is not a testamentary trust. A living trust--also known as an "inter vivos trust"--takes effect in the maker's lifetime. In contrast, a testamentary will go into effect only after th... Read More »
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Is there a time limit for filing an answer in state court after remand from federal court?

There is a time limit to file an answer in state court, after remand from federal court. Each state specifies this limit within their judicial codes. Arkansas, for instance, allows 20 days in most ... Read More »
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Do US military personnel have the same constitutional rights in a court-martial as they do in civilian court?

US military personnel DO have Constitutional rights but in many respects the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) does not parallel the civilian court system. The two are not really comparable.
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