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Do I have the right to live in my deceased parents' home?

When it comes to your parents' home, you might think that you have a natural right to live there, even after they pass away or become incapacitated. While this usually does not cause a problem, in some cases, a parent's home may pass ownership to someone else who does not wish for you to live there.

Estate planning involves talking to your children

There's more to developing an estate plan than preparing all of the necessary documents with your attorney. If you're leaving a considerable amount of money and/or other assets to your children, it's important to talk with them about handling the wealth that they will one day inherit.

How do wills and trusts differ?

When Californians begin the process of estate planning with their attorney, they're often dealing with documents and terms with which they are only vaguely, if at all, familiar. However, it's essential to understand what these various documents are and the distinct purposes that they serve. Two common ones are a will and a trust.

Know what to do when it is necessary to contest an estate plan

Estate plans are something that your loved ones might have in place to make it easy to handle their estate when they pass away. It is possible that some family members might fight against these estate plans, but they must have a good reason to do so.

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