Many people in the estate planning world will eagerly offer arguments opposing a writer’s stated view that a revocable trust “is essentially a will replacement.”
The numbers are now in, and they paint “a pretty stark picture.”
Legions of people in California and nationally routinely sidestep contacts to professionals in lieu of trying to accomplish a particular goal on their own.
Legions of LGBTQ individuals across California and nationally have estate planning concerns that are no different from those on the minds of their “straight” friends, family members and acquaintances.
The estate planning realm in California and nationally is sadly replete with stories spotlighting unfortunate outcomes linked with planners’ lack of preparation.
The writer of a recent Kiplinger article on estate planning asks readers to consider “how much of your life is connected to your computer, mobile phone and other devices.”
When we refer on our website to “one of the most important decisions you’ll make when you’re planning your estate,” what do you think we are spotlighting?
Creative individuals like Stan Lee seldom emerge in any business or industry. When they do, they make an impact.
Imagine that you – a proactive and careful California planner – take steps to ensure your active control of assets during your lifetime. Moreover, your close collaboration with a proven estate planning attorney also ensures that your property will be distributed to heirs and loved ones following your death according to your wishes.
Readers of our estate planning blog posts at the Law Offices of Connie Yi might note a recent entry focused on art. We spotlighted in our April 23 post a painting of actress Farrah Fawcett done back in 1980 by iconic artist Andy Warhol. That portrait featured largely in litigation targeting its ownership.