What is a power of attorney for a trust?

Answer A power of attorney for a trust is a legal document that gives a person the authority to act on behalf of another person for specific matters regarding his trust.MisconceptionsA power of attorney d... Read More »

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What is a trust executor&power of attorney?

A power of attorney is a document that, when signed, allows the signer to appoint either an organization or a single person to handle all of the signer's duties when he is unable to carry them out.... Read More »

Do you need a power of attorney for a revocable trust?

On One Hand: Revocable TrustRevocable trusts are set up to transfer assets to a separate entity--called a trustee--and to benefit a beneficiary. You can set up the trust and manage it yourself and ... Read More »

Can a living trust be amended without the help of an attorney?

Amending a living trust can be done without consulting an attorney. There are books available on creating and managing a living trust, as well as software that creates living trusts. However, depen... Read More »

Where can I find a contingency attorney that can work on a mishandling of a trust fund?

Very few lawyers will take that kind of case, unless it is a lock. Best to contact a few. They usually will answer your initial questions for free. They can tell you, your odds of getting anything.