Living Trusts

Make sure your assets are managed properly for the future. Learn all about living trusts, and what might make one a good fit for you.

Estate Plans and Intellectual Property: What to Consider

Intellectual property is a valuable asset that often gets forgotten in the estate planning process.

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Power of Attorney Requirements in California

A power of attorney allows someone else to handle financial or healthcare matters on your behalf, and California has specific rules about types and…

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No-Contest Clauses in Wills and Trusts

Are you concerned about a potential challenge to your will or trust once you're gone? A no-contest clause in a will or trust can be quite effective…

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When to Change Your Living Trust

Whenever there is a significant change that affects your life or property, it's time to review your estate plan to determine if you need to change…

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Annual Checkup: Is Your Estate Plan Up-to-Date?

An outdated estate plan can cause trouble for you and your family, so it's wise to regularly review and update your estate plan.

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What Are the 4 Types of Wills and What Should They Include?

Which of the four main types of wills—simple, testamentary trust, joint, and living—you need depends on your circumstances.

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How to Ensure Your Estate Plan Is Executed Properly

Be sure that all elements on your estate plan—including your last will and testament, living trust, and living will—are valid and legal.

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Do-It-Yourself Living Trust

A living trust is an easy way to plan for the management and distribution of your assets, and you don't need an attorney to do it.

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Will vs. Living Trust: What's Best for You?

Whether a living trust is better for you than a will depends on whether the additional options it provides are worth the cost.

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How Do I Transfer Title of a Property From a Person to an LLC?

Transferring your real estate holdings to an LLC may limit your personal liability for claims or lawsuits involving the property.

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