If Proposition 19 passes, what does that mean for how your children inherit?
Are you in one of the ten million U.S. households that have ownership in a timeshare property? Read on.
After a loved one has passed away, you may feel overwhelmed and unsure about what’s to come. Here’s what you need to know about your next steps.
Ever wanted to know more about why you can’t legally inherit from your murder victim?
A quick look at estate tax (or the lack thereof) in California, including the proposal of SB 378, and the impacts it would have had on your estate plan had it been passed.
This is the second and final post in our estate tax series.
Owning your Los Angeles property as tenants-in-common may lower costs now, but have you thought about how it could affect your estate in the long run?
A quick look at what the federal estate tax is, how it has changed over the years, and how it affects us as taxpayers.
This is the first post in our estate tax series.
Even if you don’t have a properly funded trust, depending on the value on your estate, your loved ones may be able to avoid a formal probate after your death.
What can you do to ensure your online media accounts are properly managed after your death?
A case study on the recent interest in estate planning and providing for your pets.