Practice Areas

Conservatorships


If a disabled or elderly individual is not able to manage the responsibilities his or her life because of physical or mental limitations, a conservatorship may be needed. A conservatorship

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Elder Law


Planning for elderly people often involves the same issues described above, yet it can also present specific challenges. WHAT IS MEDI-CAL PLANNING? Medi-Cal, California’s version of the federal Medicaid system,

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Estate Planning


Estate planning is the process of establishing a plan for the management and distribution of your assets upon your death or incapacity. You want to make sure that your final

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Probate Administration


If a person dies with over $150,000 in his or her “estate,” i.e., outside a revocable living trust and without named beneficiaries, that person’s estate needs to go through a

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Special Needs Planning


For families with special needs children or adults, additional planning is typically needed to make sure that the estate plan provides adequately for the disabled person while not interfering with

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Trust Administration


After a person with a revocable living trust dies, steps must be taken to carry out the terms of the trust. This process typically involves working with the named “successor

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