by Scott Feig on Aug. 06, 2015

Estate Trusts Divorce & Family Law  Family Law Other  Education 

Summary: Do I Have An Estate? What's All This Talk About Wills and Trusts?

Attend a FREE 1 hour informational workshop presented by Scott Feig, Attorney At Law. 

Oftentimes, changes in lifestyle can trigger a change in future plans.  We understand the steps it takes for a person to reach out for guidance regarding planning for giving away his/her property at death.  This workshop will answer common questions about estate planning.  Some of the following topics will be covered:


(1)    Do I Need an Estate Plan?

  •  What is involved in estate planning?

  •  What is probate?

  •  What happens if I become unable to care for myself?

  •  What happens if I die without a will?


(2)    Do I Need a Will? 

  •  What is a will?

  •  Does a will cover everything I own?

  •  What happens if I don't have a will?      


(3)    Do I Need a Living Trust?

  •  What is a living trust?

  •  How could a living trust be helpful if I become incapacitated?

  •  How can I protect my assets from certain family members that I don’t want to give my property to at death?

  •  How can I use a trust to provide for my special needs child, especially if he is  receiving federal/state benefits?

  •  Can I use a trust to prepare for Medi-Cal planning?


     How could a living trust be helpful at my death?



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