Attorney Daniel K. Printz will be conducting this workshop that teaches you the ins and outs of wills versus living trusts. By the end of the evening, you will have completed your own holographic will with guardianship designations.… Read More


A Living Estate is what we own while we are alive. All of those things that go into your financial junk drawer: your cash, real property, vehicles, jewelery, 401K accounts, etc., are part of your living estate.… Read More


Your California will should NOT be notarized. If it is a formal will it needs to be witnessed by at least two witnesses. Despite the fact that 60% of Americans don’t have a basic will, they are very useful documents!  In addition to dictating where your property is to go when you die, and nominating an… Read More


Working near USMC Camp Pendleton in San Diego County, I sometimes receive questions from military families.  Here’s one I got today: “My daughter has her biological father’s last name, but he isn’t on her birth certificate. He isn’t involved in her life. My husband wants to adopt her but we’re not sure what all we have… Read More


Do you want to network professionally with over 3,000 families – your fellow members of San Diego’s the Parent Connection? As a supplement to events like this week’s Business Mixer, there is now a new FREE online tool for you to use. LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network with over 65 million members and… Read More


If you are a new parent, you have questions about guardians.  What is a guardian? How do I nominate a guardian? How do I choose a guardian for my child? If you are interested in learning more about Guardianships and/or nominating a guardian for your child, see my powerpoint presentation – “Introduction to Guardianships”, available… Read More


I represent many young families.  These are couples in their twenties to early forties with small children and small estates.  Typically, they have no home or a home with limited equity.  Their major concern, after nominating a guardian for their children, is how would the family cope financially if one of them were to die… Read More