You should speak to a lawyer in the San Diego Estate Court for legal advice and assistance when it comes to closing the trust`s business in order to properly terminate the trust. Ultimately, the fiduciary assets must be distributed to the beneficiaries of the trust. Especially in the case of Tom and Brian, where the trust required a direct distribution of assets. In trust, it is directly giving the beneficiaries money, real estate, stocks, bonds, jewelry, anyway. Tom`s act of clinging to fiduciary ownership and thinking he can keep it indefinitely is simply wrong. But notice that no one will enforce the terms of the trust except Brian. Brian can combat agent abuse by anticipating in court. Often, the trustee will also ask any beneficiary in the communication to waive a formal final statement of the estate, which can take time and cost a considerable sum. Instead, more informal accounting may be enough to satisfy beneficiaries, such as for example.
B the provision of a main book and possibly copies of bank and fiduciary statements. With a request for investigation, you can ask the court to order the agent to do whatever the trust requires. For example, if you owe a fiduciary distribution of $500,000, but the agent refuses, you can ask the court to order the distribution to the agent. If the agent has a reason to retain distribution, he can make that argument in court. But it is the court that will ultimately decide how much will be distributed. Once you have the court order, the attorney will have to surrender, and you won`t have to argue about the distribution again. At some point, during the management of the trust, it will be necessary for the agent to complete the process and terminate the trust. To terminate a trust in California, it is necessary to pay close attention to California`s estate and fiduciary laws and consider tax issues. . . .