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Trustate selected as a Fire Awards Honoree
Lauren Coffey
Trustate is proud to announce we have been selected as a Tampa Bay Fire Awards Honoree for 2021.
Leah Del Percio speaks on an Executor's Guide to a Stress Free Estate Administration
Retreat & Learn
Trustate's CEO, Leah Del Percio, shares what an Executor of an estate is responsible for and how to work through the process quickly, correctly and with less stress in this exclusive interview with Retreat & Learn.
Trustate Selected as one of Five Women-Led Startups Selected for BMO Harris Bank and 1871 WMN•FINtech Program
BMO Harris Bank Press Release
Losing a loved one is hard enough. The administrative work that comes along with it shouldn’t be. Trustate is an end-to-end estate administration service that uses “tech + touch” to help people quickly and efficiently settle the estate of a deceased loved one. In addition to full estate settlement services, Trustate’s digital products include “estate prep” tools to guide families in the creation, management and organization of their estate.
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Featured Blogs

Lessons Learned from the Trustate Toolkit
Tara Faquir
What I like most about the Toolkit is it allows me to feel in control and organized by categorizing recommendations by type, including recommendations for planning, property, relationships, etc. Thanks to the Trustate Toolkit, I'm pleased to report my husband and I are now moving in the right direction and tackling our estate head-on.
Who should you tell about your estate plan?
Jenna Mendelsohn
No one should be left making estate administration decisions on your behalf or trying to guess your end-of-life wishes regarding your estate simply because they do not have the correct information. While some of the contents of your estate can remain a mystery until after you pass, consider letting these four people in on your not-so-secret wishes.
How to Talk about your Will with Family
Leah Del Percio
Earlier this week we covered whether or not you should discuss your estate plan with friends and family. Here, we explain how to do it most effectively.
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