What is the Purpose of a Living Will?

In a living will, you can declare your specific wishes on medical care in the event that you become incapacitated. Since the decision to receive life prolonging treatment is often very personal, it can be helpful to map this out ahead of time for your loved ones. For example, you can specify whether or not you would like to receive: Dialysis for kidney failure Pain Killers or aids Food and water to prolong Read More

Putting the Children First

Parents are free to reach their own custody and visitation arrangements. An amicable agreement is best for all, as it avoids arbitrary decisions by a judge who is unfamiliar with your needs. The Superior Court of California also provides a free mediation service for parents called the conciliation court. Sometimes, however, one party cannot or will not accommodate the other parent’s wishes in this emotionally Read More

Need a Divorce?

Going through a divorce can be one of the most stressful times in a person’s life. The choice to seek divorce can be a difficult decision, especially when children are involved. We represent clients in both contested and uncontested divorce. At Anthoor Law Group, our attorneys listen to you and answer all of your questions. We then evaluate your situation and advise you of all your options under the law. Our goal is Read More

What is Probate and Why is it so Problematic?

When someone deceases without a will or trust it goes through Probate and distributed according to state law. Probate is not desirable because of the following reasons: Cost - Under probate, you may be subjected to estate taxes, lawyer fees, and court costs Time - The process may take anywhere from six months to as long as two years to close Privacy - When your estate undergoes probate, the information and value of Read More