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Estate Administration & Probate Archives

Digital accounts now a part of estate administration process

The majority of California residents recognize the need for some form of estate planning. For some, this involves creating a will; for others, it involves creating a trust and power of attorney to go along with the will. However, one aspect of everyday life that is generally forgotten about during the estate planning process involves digital assets. For things to run smoothly, it is vital that this aspect be accounted for in order to aid in the estate administration process.

Medicaid benefits: You're entitled to those, right?

If you worked hard for decades, making all requisite payments to government entitlement programs through payroll withholding taxes, you're dutifully entitled to receive benefits under the Medicaid program in the event you need long-term care, right?

Medi-Cal eligibility: proven attorney can help with twists, turns

Legions of aging baby boomers in California and across the country believe that many of their financial concerns regarding health care will abate as they enter their senior years, owing to their eligibility for Medicare benefits they have worked hard for over decades.

Your college-bound child: Any estate planning considerations?

If your Southern California family has recently dropped off a child at college to begin his or her newly exciting life as a freshman, you and your spouse might be thinking that you've thought of everything that needs to be taken care of.