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My house is titled in my late husband's trust and my trust,

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my house is titled in my late husband's trust and my trust, He died five years ago. I am the trustee for his trust. Can I change title to put it all in my trust?
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Estate Lawyer: RONB-ESQ, Attorney replied 2 years ago

Were you and are you the trustee and only beneficiary of his trust?

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Estate Lawyer: RONB-ESQ, Attorney replied 2 years ago

Sorry I reread and see you said you are the trustee. Are there any beneficiaries and did his trust end at death or continue for the benefit of you or others?

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Estate Lawyer: RONB-ESQ, Attorney replied 2 years ago

I wanted to check in with you and let you know I am online if you could answer my question to you then I could provide you an answer.

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