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Living Trust

A properly prepared Living Trust Estate Plan avoids the long, public, expensive court proceeding known as Probate upon your death. It also avoids incapacity/conservator ship proceedings in court if you are incapacitated.

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Probate

In the absence of a properly funded living trust, California law requires a Probate Proceeding if you are worth $150,000 or more at the time of your death. A will alone does not avoid Probate.

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Estate Planning

Fewer and fewer people have to worry about the government taxing their estates: The floor for estate taxes is $5,490,000 per person for someone who dies in the year 2017. A small annual adjustment to that figure is added on each year thereafter.

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Administering Living Trusts

A living trust estate plan is private (not a public court case) and a fairly inexpensive process to follow. Talk to our office about avoiding excessive fees and costs for administering a simple family living trust.

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