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Updating and maintaining your estate plan

If you are like many California citizens, you have already created an estate plan and had it examined by an attorney. Congratulations for thinking ahead and staying on track. At the risk of putting a negative spin on all your hard work, there are still a few things you should consider in the estate planning process. One of these things is the need to update an existing plan. A proper estate plan does require maintenance to remain strong and effective, but the good news is that it is pretty easy to make the necessary changes.

What will happen if I die without a will in California?

Unfortunately, many California residents still do not believe they need a will. Sometimes this is because they do not have much in the way of possessions and other times it may be because they think their family members can work it all out. However, the distribution of any property or assets without a will may depend on factors outside of your family's control.

Too young for estate planning? Think again.

For many young professionals in Southern California, the last thing on their minds is getting a proper estate plan set-up. There is just too much going on right now. Plus, estate planning is for older people, like your parents and baby-boomers, right?

The important role an attorney fills in trust administration

The administration of trusts in California is an interesting element of estate planning. How a trust is administered can have a significant impact on an estate's beneficiaries. Some residents attempt to take on trust administration alone, but by and large most will see the wisdom in seeking legal guidance right away. An attorney with trust administration experience can offer a wide range of professional services to assist you in your important task.

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