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We want to help you craft an estate plan that gives you peace of mind and ensures your intended beneficiaries are taken care of. Even if you don’t have a lot of property or assets, your loved ones will be at the mercy of the probate court system after you pass away if you don’t address your estate plan while you still have capacity. Some of the estate-planning tools we offer to help families are:

  • California Will
  • Health Care Directive also known as a living will
  • HIPAA Authorization
  • Financial Power of Attorney
  • Pour-Over Will that help address guardianship for your minor children
  • Revocable Living Trust
  • AB Trust
  • Special Needs Trust

We understand that building an estate plan can be an emotionally exhausting process. However, with our assistance, we can make sure that you have a comprehensive plan that addresses all of your needs. It is never too late or too early to begin planning for the future.

If you are looking to protect the future of your loved ones as well as your assets, we encourage you to speak with our legal professionals about planning for you and your loved ones’ futures. For individuals who currently have an estate plan, it is advised that you routinely review and update your plans to accommodate any recent changes.

Whatever your estate looks like, we can help you craft a plan that works for you. Please reach out to us today to get started.

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