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California Estate Administration

Revocable living trusts are immensely valuable tools in estate planning.  During life, the trust’s grantor (a/k/a “settlor” or “trustor”) can continue benefiting from trust assets as a named beneficiary—and even continue controlling trust assets as trustee.  Upon death, assets held in the trust are excluded from the grantor’s probate estate, saving time and money and […] Read more

“Grief is,” as noted by Queen Elizabeth II, “the price we pay for love.”  And mourning the loss of a loved one is one of the most difficult experiences most people go through.  During that trying period, surviving family members are also faced with what can be, to the uninitiated, an unfamiliar and potentially intimidating […] Read more