Q: Special verbiage for a CA will/trust if my dad has Florida property only in his name but is intended for me (daughter)?
Updating his will and living trust and our attorney here in Cali says we need the legal terms for a transfer of deed (I think) and since she is not licensed in Florida, she needs a referral. Hope that makes sense.
A: Typically, the California lawyer would draft the trust, and you would get a Florida attorney to create a deed to put the property in the trust. The out of state lawyer would have you get an in state lawyer to handle that part.
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