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


Listed are the top five concerns of the typical estate planning client. 1. Minor Children Parents of minor children want to make sure that responsible parties are prepared to step in and raise their children if they cannot. They will want to appoint a Guardian of the Person and a Guardian of the Estate, who… Read More


A common client for me, especially through my contacts with the Parent Connection in San Diego, is the young married couple with minor children. Let’s take a typical example: Donna and Ken (not their real names!). Donna and Ken are both approximately 30 years of age. They have been married for four years, and are… Read More