A Plan for Your Digital Legacy

Estate planning does not have to be about physical possessions and finances. With our world filling with technology and the digital world becoming a bigger and bigger part of our lives, it is no surprise that one’s digital life can now be very valuable. You may have stored files online that are important, have a […]

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Practical California Estate Planning: Organize Your Documents

Every year, millions of dollars worth of financial assets are collected by state government treasuries from deceased state citizens. This often occurs because insurance policy benefits go unclaimed and rightful inheritors and property owners go unidentified. Money, possessions, and family heirlooms end up not going to intended loved ones, which can be absolutely tragic. To […]

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How is a Will Read?

The loss of a loved one is never easy to deal with. It can become even more stressful when it’s time to sit down for the reading of the will. You might already know what’s in the will, what you will inherit, and what other family members will inherit if your loved one had this […]

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There’s No Will; What Can the Executor Do?

The creation of a will is an important part of the estate planning process. This legal document protects not only you, but your spouse, your children, and other beneficiaries you name. A will makes it more difficult for outsiders to stake claim to your assets upon your death. It also helps ensure that your family […]

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How to Include Digital Assets in Your Estate Plan

Modern life for many Americans involves spending time – and managing assets – on the internet. In fact, these days, you can manage bank accounts, retirement accounts and other assets online via clicks of buttons. While this may certainly make asset management easier and more convenient in your day-to-day life, it may also create issues […]

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