California Estate Planning And Your Kids

With a play on words, the Wall Street Journal recently published an article entitled “Deciding if Your Kid is Trust-Worthy“. Estate planners in California often ask clients the same question since having a living trust may make sense depending on, for instance, whether their children are worthy of getting property when they are young or at an older age.

California Wills, living trusts, durable powers of attorney for property management and the advance health care directive are usually prepared by lawyers. There are many forms available for free online but it is often inadvisable to use them.

Speak with an estate planning attorney about your own situation. Call Mitchell A. Port at 310.559.5259.