Are you ready to start protecting your assets and planning for the future? The first place to start is with an estate plan.
It doesn't matter what stage of life you are working on. An estate plan will protect your family, money, and future.
Qualifying for Medi-Cal can be a little complicated and confusing. One of the biggest issues that our clients have questions about is the “look-back period”. When a person is trying to qualify for the service, the Medi-Cal office will do some digging into their finances to make sure they in fact qualify for subsidized cost of medical care.
In today’s blog, we’ll take a closer look at the look-back period and Medi-Cal in general.
When you start an estate plan there are many forms you need to create in order to protect your assets and ensure your family inherits your property after passing
away. Any good estate plan will include a living trust, pour-over will, powers of attorney and a few other important documents. In today’s blog, we’ll focus on
powers of attorney. Let’s delve a little deeper.
One common question our law office receives is what you just read in the headline: “is a living trust a public or private record?” Most
people assume they are public records similar to a will and that they must be lodged with the courts.
However, that statement is NOT True! Living Trust are NOT required to be public records and are in fact designed to be private documents
for the eyes of family members and beneficiaries only. Probate is a public process and can bring on scrutiny for high profile cases (think
celebrity deaths), but one of the biggest benefits of drafting a living trust is to ensure that the matters of your estate can be kept private.
who, what, where, when
Time: 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Date: Saturday, August 26th, 2017
Location: San Fernando Valley Japanese American Community Center (SFVJACC)
Address: 12953 Branford St. Arleta, CA 91331