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If you have a kid headed off to college, it can feel like the to-do list is never ending. There’s the dorm essentials and textbooks and snacks, but then there are the things that aren’t on most shopping lists. Your child is going to be more independent than they’ve ever been before and are legally adults. But they’re still your child and you want to be rest assured that if they need anything, you can be there for them. To make sure you are, there are three documents that every parent should have prepared for their adult child to be
Frequently Asked Questions
A comprehensive estate plan is a set of documents that allows you to plan for incapacity, determine who inherits your assets and according to what terms, and select an individual to serve as guardian of your minor children. You can learn more here.
Under CA law, if you only have a will your property will be subject to probate court at your death. If you have a trust you can avoid probate court and your estate can be administered privately by your loved ones. You can learn more here.
A California probate is very time-consuming and expensive. The personal representative and his or her attorney are both paid a percentage of the appraised value of the estate. There are also filings fees, publishing fees and appraiser fees associated with a probate that you typically avoid when you have a trust. You can learn more here.