October 10, 2017

Many people have thought about a Last Will or Revocable Living Trust when it comes to who will get their assets when they die, but another important part of a comprehensive estate plan is what happens to you while your living, so the inclusion of Powers of Attorney and...

October 5, 2016

Most couples own their home together, jointly.  Their home is either owned as Joint Tenants, Tenants in Common, Tenants in the Entirety, or as Community Property.

One of the benefits of owing it jointly is that when one of the owners passes away, the other one automatic...

July 12, 2016

First a quick definition of what probate is.  The word probate comes from the Latin word "probare" which meant "to try, to test or to prove" something.  

The probate court is a place where the validity of a "Will" can be "proven" or "challenged". Wills are not binding d...

November 11, 2015

There are many reasons people prefer a Revocable Living Trust to a traditional "Last Will and Testament". Not only does the Revocable Living Trust avoid the hassle, costs, delay of a the probate process, there is another very compelling reason you may want a Living Tru...

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