What is a Special Needs Trust? In general, a trust is created when property or assets are managed by a person or firm for another
It is a common practice for parents to treat their children equally when it comes to inheriting property or money. But sometimes, parents intentionally choose
We all had our eyes on the election results last week. For Californians, we have a few law changes that might impact our property taxes.
1. My family and I don’t own much. Can’t we put off planning until we can afford it? You shouldn’t. It is crucial to give
Your right to vote is a fundamental lynchpin of what it means to be a citizen – yet you could lose your right if you
Writing a letter of intent (LOI) for your special needs child can help bring them family continuity and comfort after you are gone. As a
On November 3rd, California residents will do more than elect new government leaders. They will also vote on two separate amendments to the California constitution
Contemplating our own death is one of the hardest challenges we will ever have to face. Yet, if we want our dying to be meaningful
After spending the time and expense to create an estate plan, you might have assumed that you would never need to revise your estate plan.
If a California estate planning attorney asks individuals how they intend to protect their family’s future, the responses vary. Some people focus on providing for
Talking to parents about finances, funeral plans, and estate planning is never easy. You may view “the talk” in the same way your parents viewed
When a spouse or parent dies, you may face overwhelming responsibilities, all while dealing with the shock and grief over your loss. There are a
If you have already set up your living trust, that is a great step towards ensuring that your assets will be protected from government interference
The Supreme Court in Obergefell vs. Hodges made same-sex marriages legal across the nation holding same-sex married couples are now entitled to the equal protection