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Tips for Charitable Giving
Charitable giving is one tool people have at their disposal to support them in achieving their estate planning goals. People who have assets valued near or over the estate tax exemption can utilize charitable gifts as a way to minimize the risk of their estate owing...
Property Division in Divorce: What Are Epstein Credits and Watts Charges?
The Goal is Fair and Equal Property Division The end goal for property division in a California divorce case is to keep things as fair as possible for both parties involved. Many people believe that as a community property state, California requires assets to be...
How Can I Keep My Heirs from Wasting Their Inheritance?
How a trust can help ensure the longevity of your gift to a beneficiary Introduction: One component of an estate planner’s role is to become familiar with your family dynamics. This includes learning about your relationship with immediate family members as well...
What is an Emergency Screening?
Learn the Unique Process for Contested Custody Issues in Santa Clara County While California has a cohesive legal framework in place for addressing all family law issues through our Family Code, each county has the ability to vary their own implementation of those...
What Is Incapacity Planning?
And why is it so important? Introduction “Incapacity planning” is the process of planning how you want to have your affairs handled if you lose the ability to care for yourself. “Incapacity” is actually a legal term that is more nuanced than is relevant for our...
Family Law Glossary and Legal Proceedings
One of the most common questions we get from people recently beginning a family law case is “what can I expect from this process?” Frankly, there is no “one-size fits all” answer. The facts and circumstances of your family, your relationship, your assets and debts,...
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