In estate planning lingo, the term “power of attorney” or “POA” comes up often. See why this term is so important when it comes to choosing a trustworthy person to handle your affairs if you’re not able to yourself.
In California, the advance health care directive is a crucial component in any estate plan. Whether you’re a college student or a grandparent, find out why it’s important to have one no matter your age.
If you’re a homeowner, or in the market to buy a house, you’ve probably heard of terms such as ‘joint tenant’ and ‘community property’ before. Read more to learn the differences between these two common methods of owning property in California.
Every parent of a special needs child wonders, “What happens to my child if something happens to me?” Read on to see how you can ensure your child’s needs are met, even if you become unable to provide care.
Because of a new tax bill signed into law by President Trump, the amount of money that is automatically exempt from the federal estate tax has DOUBLED to more than $11 million for individuals and $22 million for married couples.
If you treasure the time you spend with family in your vacation home, make sure you have an estate plan to pass it on to the kids or grandkids before it’s too late.
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