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Family Estate Planning Attorney

Estate planning attorneys and probate and trust administration attorneys in San Diego play crucial but distinct roles in the legal processes involving legacy planning, asset distribution, and wealth preservation. Read more

Wills and Trusts

You work hard for your money and want to ensure that your wealth distribution goes according to your wishes upon death. Read more

Estate Plan Attorney meeting with senior couple

Does somebody else know where it is in the event of your death or incapacity? Read more

Reviewing your will is something that many people know they should do but often put off. However, various life circumstances and legal changes can significantly impact your estate planning needs. Ensuring that your estate plan, including your will and other estate planning documents, reflects your current situation is essential for …

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San Diego Estate Plan for Retired People

Human nature is such that we often tend to focus on the bigger and more important steps. That’s a good thing, but it doesn’t negate the need to address the secondary coordination steps. Read more

Everyone Needs an Estate Plan

Estate planning involves taking inventory of your assets and liabilities and deciding how your survivors deal with those upon your death. Read more

Storing your will and trust at home

It’s a morbid yet common worry: What happens to credit card debt when you die? Read more

When it comes to donating, many people seek not only the personal satisfaction of helping others but also the potential financial benefits, including possible tax deductions. Words such as deduction, charitable giving, charitable contribution, charity, charitable tax deduction and rules for giving often come up in these discussions. Understanding these …

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flax seeds

From the birth of a child to a newfound charitable drive, these are the instances in which an alteration to your estate plan is critical. Read more

Can You Successfully Disinherit a Family Member

If you want to exclude someone from the will, is it best to leave them a dollar so they can’t challenge being excluded? Can you put in a provision that if they challenge the will, they lose everything? Read more