California Estate Planning

Most people are surprised to learn that they already have an estate plan. That’s because the State of California already has an estate plan for anyone who fails to plan on their own. Unfortunately, the State of California’s laws of intestacy are probably the exact opposite of what you would want for your family if something happened to you. From temporary or permanent foster care for your children to courtroom battles over who should raise your children, to estate taxes and blocked accounts for minors, no one would voluntarily choose the State of California’s plan for their loved ones. Let us help your family create a plan that protects your assets and loved ones exactly the way you want!

While estate planning documents alone are never enough to fully plan for and protect your loved ones, they are a key component. These special documents include wills, revocable living trusts, irrevocable trusts, durable powers of attorney, health care documents, and more.