Your estate plan, like your home, periodically needs a thorough polishing. Your life circumstances are constantly changing, and an estate plan that perfectly met your
Many people procrastinate, putting off large or unpleasant tasks for as long as possible. Making a will or a trust is often one of the
California Updates Law to Protect Dependent Adults from Caregiver Marriages: Updates to Probate Code 21380, 21382, and 21611
While several financial elder abuse cases involve family members, there are many that include caregivers. Caregivers often spend many hours alone with vulnerable dependent adults. As the
What is the Uniform Trust Decanting Act? To decant wine is to pour it from one container into another, leaving behind unwanted sediment and bringing
If You Liked It, You Should’ve Put a Ring on It: The Unenviable Predicament of the Bereaved Long-Term Cohabitant
By Angela C. Thompson Frequently, our office receives a call from a prospective client who was the “life partner” or “long-term companion” of a decedent.