The Importance of Having a Living Trust in California

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

According to documents filed in probate court, Aretha Franklin left no will or trust behind when she died. Without proper ...
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Will I Get My Spouse’s Inheritance?

Inheritance laws help control the rights of the decedent's property and how much is inherited by each of his or ...
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The Importance of Having a Living Trust in California

The Importance of Having a Living Trust in California

How Will You Prevent Lengthy Probate Proceedings? The basic purpose of a living trust is to ensure that an appointed ...
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5 Important Estate Planning Lessons You Should Know

According to research conducted by the University of Pennsylvania, only 29.3 percent of Americans have a healthcare directive specifying their ...
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The Importance of Having a Living Trust in California

Your Will – And Other Important Estate Planning Documents

Your will is an important document that can ensure that your property will make it into the right hands once ...
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Can I Sue if My Insurance Company Acts in Bad Faith?

Do you suspect your insurance company is acting in bad faith? Remember that your policy is paid-for and as such, ...
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Common Personal Injury Claims

If you’ve been injured in an accident, you could be compensated for injuries sustained in the accident. There are all ...
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Who Gets the Dog in a Divorce in California?

During divorce proceedings, the division of property is a common procedure most couples must go through. However, some divorcing couples ...
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Common Reasons for Insurance Claim Denials

When you’re in an automobile accident, the last thing you want to deal with is a stubborn insurance company that ...
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Can I Make Sure My Assets Are Not Distributed Through the Probate Process?

The probate process involves the court distributing a person's assets upon death. It usually occurs in situations where a person ...
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Cristian R. Arrieta, Lowthorp Richards McMillan Miller & Templeman, A Professional Corporation, 300 E. Esplanade Drive Suite 850, Oxnard, CA 93036