While law offices may not be classified as an “essential business” that remains open for in-person meetings, having a Health Care Directive, and attending to your Will, Living Trust and Power of Attorney, are quite essential during these trying times.

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We offer complimentary consultations followed by swift preparation, comprehensive phone review, and electronic delivery of documents, and instructions on remote execution of these documents for immediate use.

It has never been easier to SCHEDULE A CONSULTATION, and put your affairs in order, which brings calm in a world filled with uncertainty.

Access the ON-LINE ORGANIZER TOOL to start the process; or Call us at (310) 935-0706to speak with a live Assistant and book your time with the Attorney. We look forward to serving you.

Blog Posts in March, 2019

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  • How to Protect Your Children From Themselves and their Creditors/Predators
    How to Protect Your Children From Themselves and their Creditors/Predators

    Children turn 18, and all of a sudden, with a snap of a finger, they are Adults, for all legal intents and purposes. Some of those young adults stand to inherit millions in the way of real estate, ...

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  • "I am not rich enough to buy cheap things" - the REAL cost of Cheap Estate Planning

    When it comes to living trusts, it is not easy for a layperson to distinguish a robust, well-written trust document from a mediocre one. There is the misconception that “ I don’t have much, therefore ...

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  • How to prepare for a Will or Trust Contest
    How to prepare for a Will or Trust Contest

    Legally everyone is entitled to leave their estate to anyone they want. This means that they can exclude (or “omit”) anyone they want from receiving any distributions under a Will or a Trust. Often ...

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  • How will you protect your assets After tax season
    How will you protect your assets After tax season

    Admittedly, this time of year (i.e., March-April), no one wants to think about anything other than Tax Season. The 1099s are in, the expenses are accounted for, and the checks to IRS/FTB hare sent ...

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  • Estate Planning IS Recession Planning
    Estate Planning IS Recession Planning

    The “Recession” buzz is all around us. One of the worst things that can happen during a recession is to lose a loved one and to actually inherit from their estate through probate . The lessons of ...

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