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January 2014 Archives

What happens when you don't have a California estate plan?

The totality of what you own is your estate. Sometimes, Los Angeles residents feel assets don't need estate planning attention until later in life. After all, when you're a young California adult, a lot of what you earn is burned up in expenses like college tuition, buying a vehicle or getting married.

A California power of attorney allows financial caregiving

Aging California parents frequently choose a loved one, often an adult child, to handle personal finances when they no longer desire or feel competent to make wise money decisions. You might start out informally by using a parent's PIN code to make an automatic teller transaction or step in to reconcile a bank statement.

Managing the initial steps of a California estate settlement

The loss of a loved one is a highly-stressful event. Someone, often a close family member, also may be responsible for the settlement of the decedent's estate. An attorney's input is useful, since some legal issues require attention even as survivors struggle to manage their grief.

Controlling the flow of funds your California heirs receive

The age of maturity isn't the same for all individuals and can differ by years from the age of majority or legal adulthood. Los Angeles parents who plan to leave their children a substantial inheritance often worry how assets will be handled once the children get them.

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