Contact us now
(805) 485-0002

Category: Probate Law

Medicaid and the Principal Residence

A discussion of your options when trying to safeguard your home while qualifying for Medicaid services. Spending for the high costs of long term care today can be economically ravaging. For lots of couples the primary residence is their most important possession and securing that possession in case one or both partners must need long […]

Read More

Are Irrevocable Rely On New Jersey a Great Concept?

There are some circumstances where a revocable trust is beneficial it is usually not necessary. In states aside from New Jersey there are lots of reasons to create a revocable trust consisting of being able to avoid the probate. New Jersey homeowners don’t need to prevent it because it is not pricey and it’s much […]

Read More

If You Plan to Object To the Will, It Is Best to Decline the Bequest

If a relative of yours passes away and leaves you something in their will, however you believe that person did not have the legal capability to make a will in the first location– that you do not think that the deceased understood who their family and friends were and what she or he had in […]

Read More

Descriptions of Irrevocable Trusts

An irreversible trust is one that may not be modified once it has been produced, so it can not be withdrawed, amended, changed or altered in any way. Loan, property and holdings positioned into irrevocable trusts can not be removed at a later date, so it is necessary the owner knows that this is a […]

Read More

How to Store Estate Planning Documents

Estate planning documents require to be stored securely, yet be available, when required. Here are 6 simple to execute suggestions on saving your estate planning documents. Ask your estate planning attorney if he retains signed originals and for how long he will do so. Provide a copy of your estate planning documents to a trusted […]

Read More

Incapacity Planning in Your Estate Plan

When many people think of estate planning, they think of a will and other files that they must put in place in case they die. An individual’s objectives with an estate plan might be to supply for their family, disperse their wealth after they have passed away and to avoid the probate procedure. However, an […]

Read More

Are You Responsible for Your Moms and dad’s Care?

In some sense, the majority of us feel mentally or culturally accountable for looking after our aging parents in both a physical and financial sense however, did you know that you may be lawfully responsible for their care also? If you did not understand that then you are not alone– many people are not aware […]

Read More

Noting Beneficiaries to Individual Retirement Account Account

As the infant boomers retire, they are the very first generation that will retire with large IRA accounts. When the boomers do their estate planning, among the considerations in such planning is who to call the recipient of the big IRA account. One consideration for such a choice is definitely to attempt to lessen the […]

Read More

Forced Sale of Realty with Service Partner, Family Member, Significant Others

A partition case in Rhode Island is a fair, legal action in which an individual corporation or legal entity can force the sale of realty versus another co-owner or life renter. Partition cases can be an outcome of lots of different types of genuine property conflicts in between owners or life tenants or other interests […]

Read More

How to Object to a Will or Trust

A will is thought about the last words of a specific and as such, it is offered much consideration by the court. Trusts are developed during the lifetime of the settlor. If an individual believes that a will or trust does not show the desires of the testator or grantor, he or she may pick […]

Read More