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Ask the Experts: Can someone living abroad administer a revocable trust?

January 2, 2013

Figuring out who should be the administrator of your living trust can be tricky. This week, Sacramento estate planning attorney Kay Brooks answers a reader’s question on that topic.

Q: Can my daughter, who is an American citizen but lives (overseas), be administrator of my revocable trust? My trust is small and mostly insurance proceeds.

To read Kay Brooks answer, visit the Ask the Expert column here on the Sacbee.com.