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WHAT IS PROBATE?
Probate is a legal process that takes place after someone dies. Technically, it means the “official proving of a Will.” However, it also includes the administration of a decedent’s estate who died without a Will. But what does that mean and when is Probate required? When is Probate Required? As of January 1, 2020, if
DO YOU HAVE A PROPER ESTATE PLAN?
“Good fortune is what happens when opportunity meets with planning.” -Thomas Edison A Complete Estate Plan Ask anyone why you need a living trust and the most common answer will be: to avoid probate. While avoiding probate is a benefit of having a trust, it is not the only benefit. A proper estate plan should
HOW PROPOSITION 19 MAY IMPACT YOUR CHILDREN
Do you own California real property that you want to pass to your children via your Will or Trust on your death? Changes in the law, taking effect on February 16, 2021, may result in a reassessment of property taxes on the real property your children inherit on your death. Since 1978, California homeowners have
All Wills Are Not Created Equally
Think having a handwritten Will is good enough? It may be, but what if it is not? The Second District of the California Court of Appeals has recently held that missing specific language from a Will can render your intended bequest invalid. In Re: Estate of Eimers (B295609), the Court affirmed a ruling from the Los
California is the Place You Ought to Sue
In the case of Buskirk v. Buskirk, B295648 (2020), the California Court of Appeals, Second District held that despite the Settlor relocating to another state, when a dispute arose over the administration of her Trust, California was still the appropriate jurisdiction for the lawsuit. When I read this case, I immediately thought of the old