You've created a life for yourself, over the years you've purchased property, collected personal possessions and hopefully been able to save some money. But what happens to everything you've worked for once you're gone?
Obviously, there is a veritable basket of concerns related to the long-term health care needs of a California family in a given case.
Here's an estate administration outcome that will certainly grab the attention of many individuals in California and across the country.
Here's an exercise you might reasonably wish to engage in as you're sitting comfortably in your favorite chair and making some notes regarding the ultimate administration of your estate.
Perhaps your family members have been the proud and happy possessors of a cabin or similar property somewhere off in the wilds of California (or at least beyond echo's reach of all the siblings' urban-based dwellings) for decades.
If someone had mentioned an online vault to you years back, you wouldn't have had a clue what they were talking about, right?
A recent media article focusing upon the legendary and recently deceased pop entertainer Prince refers to the "Prince Syndrome."
She said she simply loved him.
In the immediate aftermath of a prolonged and particularly acrimonious divorce, it's not uncommon for people to vow that they will never remarry, as they simply wouldn't want to put themselves or their children at risk of having to endure the experience all over again.
Probate is a term readers have probably heard at some point. The term refers primarily to the process of establishing the validity of a will, but also refers to the process of administering the will. Probate defaults as a court-supervised process that involves expenses and takes a certain amount of time. In cases where disputes arise or estate documents are not in order, time delays can be significant.