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It makes no difference. Under the full faith and credit laws applicable to the United States, each state honors the trust and will documents made in another state. If you reside in Nevada at your death, and your estate requires probate, a probate court in Nevada will accept your California will as your valid and enforceable last will and testament. The same will be applicable regarding your trust.
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