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We also have recently formed an affiliation with the firm of Blanchard, Krasner & French, located in La Jolla, California, in order to extend our elder law, estate planning and other legal services to the people of California. To learn more about this relationship and how we can help you, please contact us today.

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Do most people have an estate plan?

If you haven’t done any estate planning, but you know you need to, you may feel like you’re falling behind. Don’t most people at least have a will? The truth is twofold. First off, no, most people do not have an estate plan. In fact, reports have found that 68% of...

3 benefits to convince your parents of the need for guardianship

It can be hard for older adults to let their children know they need support and even harder for them to give up their legal and medical autonomy. Guardianship is an important protection for aging adults struggling to handle their finances independently, but it can be...

You can put an end to a conservatorship

If you've watched how the conservatorships of some high-profile individuals have worked out in recent years, you might think that once they're in place, there's no way to terminate them. That's not the case, though. A conservatee and their prospective conservator must...

Can an heir from the estate sue if the executor sells the house?

Many Americans spend their entire working lives paying off the principal balance of their mortgage and accruing equity in their homes. When people die, they frequently leave the home where they lived to their children or other heirs. If no one intends to live in the...

Medicaid can take your home after you die unless you plan ahead

Medicare has a lot of coverage gaps that people often don't realize until they need care. For example, Medicare will not cover extensive rehabilitation services or stays in nursing homes. Those kinds of care can cost thousands of dollars a month, which Medicare...