Estate Planning

California Estate Planning Laws and your Family – Third in a Series: Gun Trusts

A California gun trust is a legal document that allows individuals to own and possess firearms in accordance with California state laws. It is designed to allow the owner to designate another person, or group of people, to have access to and be able to use the firearms owned by the trust.

California Estate Planning Laws and your Family – Second in a Series: California Probate Law Basics

In California, probate is the legal process of administering the estate of a deceased person. The purpose of probate is to ensure that the deceased person’s assets are distributed according to their will or, if they did not have a will, according to the laws of the state.

If the deceased person had a will, the will must be filed with the probate court in the county where the deceased person lived at the time of their death

California Estate Planning Laws and your Family – First in a Series: Bicycle Laws – California Vehicle Codes

When parents plan their estate distribution, it is almost always centered around the idea that they are going to make their children’s lives better.

All the parents’ hard work, legacy, morals, beliefs, and visions are for the benefit of the child to pass it along generation to generation.