Sometimes people ask me, “Why should I get a will?” Here are some answers to common questions about that most basic estate planning document, the last will and testament.… Read More


Daniel K. Printz will be hosting a live teleconference providing an update on California estate planning, probate and trust law. The teleconference is sponsored by the National Business Institute, and will be held on Wednesday, September 19, 2012, from 2:00 – 3:30 pm (Eastern Time). A text manual will be provided as well. For cost… Read More


Daniel K. Printz, Esq., is returning to teach at the University of San Diego Paralegal Program in October, 2011. Daniel teaches “Estates, Wills & Trusts,” the 10th of 11 classes required to complete a paralegal certification. This will be his eleventh time teaching the course, dating back to late 2007. A 33-hour course, Estates, Wills… Read More


If you are looking for continuing education credits in San Diego, attorney Daniel K. Printz will be presenting at a National Business Institute Seminar on December 5, 2011. The seminar will be held from 8:30 am to 4:40 pm at the Doubletree Hotel San Diego Downtown, located at 1646 Front Street, San Diego, CA 92101.… Read More


To remove a minor’s guardian, the court is going to be looking for circumstances that indicate the minor would be better off with a different guardian.  When asking the court to make a change, have in mind who that guardian would be and why it’s in the child’s best interest to be with that person.  The… Read More


Quickly resolve cases in probate while protecting your client’s legacy. Are you equipped to efficiently take estates through probate while still preserving an inheritance for beneficiaries? Join us and receive practical procedural tips shared by experienced practitioners that will assist you in handling the critical details and functions of a successful probate practice. March 23,… 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