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#RealEstate - How Can I Transfer My Property Tax Assessment Value To My Beneficiary?

The only way to transfer it to beneficiaries is if the beneficiaries are your children, or in some cases your grandchildren. Anytime there is a transfer of property between parents and children, and this occurs whether it’s a gift or a sale, it is not subject to being re-assessed.

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#RealEstate - What Areas Of Real Estate Law Do You Handle?

I handle transactional real estate cases. Anytime we’re doing a transfer of real estate that’s something other than your typical sale through a real estate agent.or more information on Real Estate Law In California, a free initial consultation is your next best step.

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#EstatePlanning - #IncapacityPlanning - What Is An Advance Healthcare Directive?

An advance healthcare directive is a comprehensive document that a person executes to make decisions about their personal care, their medical decisions and to appoint the person who would be the one to make those decisions for them.

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#EstatePlanning - #IncapacityPlanning - How Is Incapacity Planning Actually Defined?

Incapacity planning simply means planning for someone to manage for you in the event that you are unable to manage your own financial affairs or make your own personal decisions due to some mental or physical disorder.

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#EstatePlanning - #Conservatorship - What Is A Conservator In California?

A conservator in California is a person or persons appointed by the court to manage and arrange the financial affairs and/or daily needs of another due to mental limitations, physical limitations or old age.

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#EstatePlanning - Who Should Be Notified Of Their Role In An Estate Plan?

Anyone who has something that they are going to have to do in the event of a person’s incapacity or death should be notified of their role in that person’s estate plan. For more information on Notifying People Of Estate Planning Roles, a free initial consultation is your next best step.

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#EstatePlanning - What Generally Motivates Someone To Create An Estate Plan?

Any number of things can motivate someone to create an estate plan. The most common trigger seems to be retirement planning, but I think estate plans should be created earlier. For more information on Creating An Estate Plan In California, a free initial consultation is your next best step.

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#EstatePlanning - Who Are The Parties Involved In Estate Planning?

The parties who are involved in the planning of an estate include the attorney, certainly and then if the family has an accountant or a tax preparer that they use, that person should be involved as well.

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#EstatePlanning - What Is Probate? How Can It Be Avoided?

Probate is the process of the court overseeing the distribution of a person’s estate. It’s basically a three step process and it is a little bit expensive but really not as bad as some people think.

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#EstatePlanning - What Is Estate Planning In California?

Estate planning is actually planning for two things that may happen in your life. The first one that people think about is planning for the transition of your estate when you die.

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