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Setting up a viable trust fund

Residents of California are urged to leave a highly detailed plan for their heirs to follow. Doing so can help to avoid a great deal of legal and financial contention. Decide on the form of your trust Wills and trusts must be legally established in order to be...

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What a will is and how to create your own will

When California residents start estate planning, they usually start with creating a will. This is a document that protects your interests and the interests of your loved ones in the event of your death. What is a will? A will, often called a last will and testament,...

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What is a will, and why do you need one?

Every California adult should plan for the future in order to protect their loved ones. A big part of estate planning involves having a will. This is what your will means and why you need one. Understanding wills A last will and testament is a legal document that...

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Wills: A guide to probate and public record

A will is a legal document that outlines the distribution of assets and the care of minor children after the death of a person. It is an essential tool for estate planning in California, and beneficiaries need to understand the probate process and the public record of...

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Elements of a valid will

Writing a will is a critical component of an estate plan. California estate planners must understand that merely writing down one's wishes on paper won't likely result in a legally valid document. California's estate statutes determine a will's validity, and estate...

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Can you contest a will?

Assets held in a California estate after an individual passes on will likely be subject to the state's probate laws. If the deceased person had a will, the probate process is designed to ensure that the document is valid. It may be possible for certain individuals to...

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What you should know about your will

If you are a legal adult in the state of California, you are encouraged to create a will as soon as possible. Having a will allows you to determine where your assets go after you die, and it also allows you to name a guardian for any minor children that you may have....

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