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What Are the Benefits of Micro Estate Planning?

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Traditional estate planning can reduce your taxes, eliminate large probate fees, and give you security for the future. However, you might be unfamiliar with a brand-new estate planning term: micro estate planning. What Is Micro Estate Planning? Long-term planning is important, and it should still be considered in your overall estate planning process. However, it…

Aretha Franklin’s Death Without a Will is a Reminder to Think About Your Estate Plans

The Importance of Having a Living Trust in California

According to documents filed in probate court, Aretha Franklin left no will or trust behind when she died. Without proper documentation of her assets, a net-worth estimated beyond $80 million and rumored debts, figuring the true worth of Franklin’s estate will likely be controversial and take time. If Franklin voiced any wishes for her estate…

Will I Get My Spouse’s Inheritance?

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Inheritance laws help control the rights of the decedent's property and how much is inherited by each of his or her survivors. California is a community property state, which means the law presumes all property acquired during a marriage is owned equally by both spouses. However, property one spouse owns alone before a marriage or…

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