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What is trust administration?

If a person had a properly funded trust, that trust must be administered (managed and/or distributed) upon their passing. That process is much simpler and faster than the probate court process. Trust administration is usually not a court-supervised process, and is usually far less expensive than taking an estate through probate court. The ultimate outcome of trust administration is the transfer of property belonging to the deceased person’s trust to the beneficiaries they designated in that trust (spouse, children, relatives, charities, etc.)

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