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Trusts - By State

Trusts are matters of state law. Each U.S. State’s laws are different in these areas. You should consult a qualified attorney in your state and in the state(s) where your senior loved one resides or holds property. Here are some resources with links to all of the States, as well as additional general information on some of the States:

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LINKS TO RESOURCES ON TRUSTS IN ALL OR SEVERAL OF THE U.S. STATES:

Living Trusts – State by State

Make a Living Trust in Your State: Select your state to learn about your state’s laws, by Nolo.com. Links to all of the 50 U.S. States with information written by a Nolo attorney on each State’s laws and requirements . . . → Read More: Living Trusts – State by State

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON CERTAIN STATES:

Florida: The Florida Trust Code, Chapter 736, Florida Statutes
October 28, 2010 Posted by Editor

Florida: The Florida Trust Code, Chapter 736, Florida Statutes, from the Official Internet Site of the Florida Legislature. Posts Florida’s statute governing trusts in Florida. Note: a Florida trusts lawyer must be consulted for advice if your l...

Minnesota: Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 501B – Trusts
October 28, 2010 Posted by Editor

Minnesota: Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 501B – Trusts, Minnesota Office of the Revisor of Statutes. Link to the Minnesota State statutes governing trusts in Minnesota. Note: a Minnesota trusts lawyer must be consulted for advice if your loved ...

New York: Laws of New York State, Estates, Powers & Trusts, Articles 7, et. seq.
October 28, 2010 Posted by Editor

New York: Laws of New York State, Estates, Powers & Trusts, Articles 7, et. seq., Laws of the State of New York. Click “EPT” to access the Chapters relating to Estates, Powers & Trusts. Article 7, et. seq. relate to trusts. Note: ...

Living Trusts - California
October 28, 2010 Posted by Editor

Information posted for the public by the Superior Court of California, County of Santa Clara, Probate Court. Contains basic consumer information on Living Trusts, what they are, advantages, most common types, and other frequently asked questions. ...

Texas: Texas Statutes, Property Code, Title 9 – Trusts
October 28, 2010 Posted by Editor

Texas: Texas Statutes, Property Code, Title 9 – Trusts, Texas Constitution and Statutes official website, Note: These links are for information only. A Texas trusts lawyer must be consulted for advice if your loved one lives in Texas and con...

California: Fact Sheet: Durable Powers of Attorney and Revocable Living Trusts
October 28, 2010 Posted by Editor

California: Fact Sheet: Durable Powers of Attorney and Revocable Living Trusts, Family Caregiver Alliance, reviewed and revised 2001 by Charlie P. Sabatino, Assistant Director, Commission on Legal Problems of the Elderly, American Bar Association. D...

New York: Laws of New York State, Estates, Powers & Trusts
October 27, 2010 Posted by Editor

New York: Laws of New York State, Estates, Powers & Trusts, Articles 1-6, and 9 et. seq., Laws of the State of New York. Click “EPT” to access the Chapters relating to Estates, Powers & Trusts. Chapters 1-6 and 9, et.seq., relate to ...

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