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Common Misconceptions of Powers of Attorney

There are many misconceptions about what the legal document called a power of attorney does and what it involves. It’s important for you and your loved ones to know what these misconceptions are so you can be prepared for the process of getting a power of attorney as well as how to use it. 

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How to Handle International Assets and Property in Your Sacramento County Estate Planning

Plenty of everyday Americans own property or assets in other countries, and it may become part of their estates when they pass on. There are special considerations to keep in mind when including foreign property and assets in one’s estate.

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Folsom Estate Attorney: How to Leave Assets to Your Step-Children

Blended families are becoming more and more common in modern society, yet estate laws remain largely unchanged and still geared toward a “traditional” family structure. This poses an issue when it comes to leaving an inheritance for step-children in an estate plan.

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Digital Assets: California is Moving in the Right Direction

Good news! California is taking steps toward putting a legal framework in place for handling digital assets after someone passes away.

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Folsom Asset Protection Lawyer: 5 Best Strategies to Protect Everything You Own and Love

It is an unfortunate fact of life that lawsuits are generally brought against those who have “deep pockets.”

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Working with a Sacramento County Probate Lawyer to Find a Loved One’s Assets

Probate lawyers in Sacramento County are charged with helping their clients take estates through the probate process.

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How a Fair Oaks Estate Planning Lawyer Can Help Protect Your Assets

There’s a fairly constant drive that Fair Oaks estate planning lawyers see in our society to continually acquire assets.

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Weird Celebrity Prenups | Sacramento Prenup Lawyer

Prenup lawyers in Sacramento see plenty of weird stuff, but the strangest of all is when a couple decides not to get a prenuptial agreement at all.

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I totally see the difference between your service and your typical legal estate planning service. The experience you mentioned where you get this big document you don’t understand and a trust that never gets funded was EXACTLY our first experience. It cost a small fortune too. Really - it is the difference between providing a legal document and providing an estate planning service.

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