An estate plan could consist of a trust, will, durable power of attorney, and health care directive. Which documents do you need?
What is "probate," when is it required and when can it be avoided?
Our office assists successor trustees comply with California state law requirements, gather assets, pay debts, settle business affairs and distribute assets.
A court-supervised procedure to appoint a conservator or protector who can manage a person's financial affairs and or daily life when that person cannot themselves due to physical or mental limitations.
Planning ahead to protect a special needs loved one.
Attorney Emily A. Thompson is a Certified Elder Law Attorney and she counsels clients on Medi-Cal planning and related estate planning issues.
Establish the ownership of assets before getting married.
Assistance with forming corporations, LLCs, and other business entities.
If you have already estabished a will, trust, durable power of attorney or advance health care directive, our attorneys can review your documents and discuss changes or any concerns that you may have.
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