Five Critical Steps to Take When Mom’s (or Dad’s) Medicare Runs Out

5 Critical Steps to Take When Mom's (or Dad's) Medicare Runs Out

Many senior citizens are hesitant to think about the possibility of requiring long-term health care. While this reluctance is natural, it is vital to know the facts: hundreds of thousands of elderly Californians currently reside in long-term nursing facilities. Many of these people are paying for their custodial healthcare out of pocket. Unfortunately, by the…

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How Does the Probate Process Work in California? A Probate Lawyer Explains

How Does the Probate Process Work in California? | Call (916) 963-9968

One common question is: Does every estate need to go through probate, and how long can estate distribution take? R. Dustin MacFarlane, probate lawyer and founder of Senior Citizen Lawyer, explains how probate works in California. Estate planning can be an emotionally loaded topic for many people. Apart from the natural fears and difficult decisions…

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Four Key Elements in California Estate Planning

four key elements in california estate planning

When potential clients begin to discuss estate planning, we attorneys often hear similar concerns repeatedly. They do not want to burden family members who may provide care, especially in a serious illness. They do not want the government to control their real estate or personal property when they die. They want to make sure the…

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5 Benefits of a Living Trust in California

5 Benefits of a Living Trust in California | Senior Citizen Lawyer

Are you looking for ways to maximize your estate planning and ensure that you have a comprehensive plan in place? Plenty of people in California turn to the benefits provided by a living trust to accomplish these goals. A living trust attorney can help you decide how to start your living trust and give you…

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5 Reasons Why You Need An Estate Plan

5 Reasons Why You Need An Estate Plan

Do you think estate planning is only for the rich? If so, you’re not alone. Many people have a misconception that estate planning is for people who own five houses, have millions of dollars in the bank, make two-million dollars per year, and fly to exotic locations worldwide on a whim. 

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