I reside in California and I’m on the way to prepare my will and trust. Do I have to file them with the courts in order to make them legitimate?

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Usually and in most states, wills and trusts are not filed with any courts if the person is alive. However, at death, wills needs to be presented at court to have it probated. Trusts are private documents and can’t be filed with the will at death.

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