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Inheritance is not a birthright: Your estate plan is the law

When it comes to inheritances and estate plans, if the person who dies creates a legally valid estate plan, then this plan -- in conjunction with California law -- will dictate the dispensation of the estate. It doesn't matter if you're the wife, the son or the lover of the decedent, you are not entitled to receive anything that the estate plan and the law do not assign to you.

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.

Joint property can help you avoid probate for part of your estate

Most California residents want to spare their heirs the difficulty, time and costs associated with probate proceedings. There are a lot of different strategies one can employ to eliminate the need for probate. One way involves the elimination of probate for specific assets, and it involves the use of joint property.

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