Here’s a good idea: Give guidance to your heirs, expected personal representative (executor or trustee) and loved ones by creating a Letter of Last Instructions. Tell your estate planning attorney, and proposed Excecutor¬† or Trustee where it can be found, and leave it in that trusted place (safe deposit box or fire-proof safe – you… Read More


So, you’re thinking about registering with your significant other but not sure what the requirements or benefits are?¬† You’re not alone!¬† But the requirements are really quite simple. There are six requirements to enter into a California Registered Domestic Partnership. These are covered in California Family Code Section 297(b). 1. Neither party can be married… Read More