The Word Your Family Should Never See
Estate Planning is for Everyone
Many people believe estate planning is only for the wealthy, but that is just not true. Everyone has an estate. If you own a home, car, other real estate property, bank accounts, investments, life insurance, furniture, or personal belongings you have an “estate” and need a plan when you’re not able to make decisions. Creating an estate plan ensures that your estate is protected if you become incapacitated or when you pass and that your wishes are carried out through instructions stating who you want to receive your properties, what you want them to receive, and when they are to receive it.
If you haven’t created your own estate plan, the State of California will decide what happens to you, your children, and your property. This is called PROBATE.
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How We Can Help You
Revocable Trusts, Durable Power of Attorney, Advanced Healthcare Directive, Wills, Probate
Protect Your Family With Your Last Gift
Providing your kids and extended family with a well thought out estate plan protects them from unforeseen financial risks and complications that can come with not having created your personal estate plan and facing probate.