A properly drafted revocable trust agreement will typically need minimal administration as long as the trust creator serves as trustee, provided the trust has been properly funded in the first place.  Once a successor trustee takes over, the trust must be administered as the trust agreement provides.  I can assist you with funding your trust, and with administering a trust in accordance with the trust agreement.  Estate administration typically involves the court supervision of a decedent's affairs, and is governed by state law which requires a series of steps; validating the will, if any, determining who will act for the estate (the personal representative), determining who receives the estate or is otherwise entitled to notice of the proceeding, notice to creditors, resolution of claims, marshaling of assets, approval of receipts and expenses, approval of distribution of the remaining estate, discharge of the personal representative and closing of the estate.   I can assist you with taking the right steps down this path.