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Navigating the complexities of guardianship for a minor child in California can be challenging. This guide provides an in-depth understanding of the process, legal requirements, and considerations involved in appointing a guardian in the event of parental incapacitation. Understanding Guardianship in California Guardianship is a legal arrangement under California law that allows...

Embracing the Future with Confidence Focusing on the present often takes precedence as young couples embark on life's journey together. However, the aspect of estate planning, though seemingly distant, is a crucial step towards securing a stable and well-prepared future. This guide emphasizes why estate planning is not just a task...

Every family right now is frightened by the magnitude of the coronavirus. They may be thinking about whether or not they should create a Living Trust. For those families with children under 18, an important part of our Trust package is the Will, where you can name a Guardian to...

During this health crisis that seems to grow in magnitude every day, parents have new concerns about life planning. In this time of uncertainty, many parents are creating Guardianships in case something should happen to them. Choosing a guardian may be one of the most difficult decisions you will make You’re identifying...

A couple in their 50’s recently came in to our Oakland office wanting to get more information about Guardianship. They had been intermittently caring for their two grandsons, 8 and 9, since they were babies. Their daughter, the boys’ mother, had substance abuse problems; the boys had different fathers, and...

You're a young, married couple and just starting out in the world. You probably have small children and a large mortgage. Or, perhaps, you're a single parent, trying to make a life for yourself and your kids. Words like "assets," "estate planning" and "net worth" simply don't apply to you -- at least not yet. You don't have vast amounts of money in investments; you don't own lots of valuable property. If you died, there wouldn't be much to sort out financially, so, you certainly don't need a will. Or do you? The answer to that question is, yes, you do. A will, or even a living trust, encompasses many more factors than simply who inherits your money. There are several valid reasons why everyone, especially parents of young children, should have a legal will.