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.

From our Home Office to the safety of your Home - we deliver live remote services related to Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, and Probate.

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, 2020

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  • Will, Trust, Power of Attorney and Advance Health Care Directive - Are You Ready?
    Will, Trust, Power of Attorney and Advance Health Care Directive - Are You Ready?

    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 ...

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  • Where Is Your Advance Health Care Directive?
    Where Is Your Advance Health Care Directive?

    I n these uncertain times when life as we know it has come to a sudden halt in an effort to slow down the beast known as COVID-19, the most relevant legal document is your Advance Health Care ...

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  • “SECURE” your IRA –The New Rules, and How SECURE Impacts Your Estate Plan
    “SECURE” your IRA –The New Rules, and How SECURE Impacts Your Estate Plan

    “SECURE” your IRA –The New Rules, and How SECURE Impacts Your Estate Plan Retirement Accounts are a part of every estate plan, which is designed with these accounts’ Rollover and Tax Deferral ...

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  • California Introduces New Rent Control Laws
    California Introduces New Rent Control Laws

    Starting in January of 2020, the rent control laws in California were significantly changed. Many individuals who inherit real estate and plan to use it as investment property should be aware of these ...

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