You may know that you have to prove your case in Court, but to what extent must it be proven? In this video, Stewart Albertson discusses the legal burden of proof used in California Trust and Will contest cases.
Often times, attorneys may be bombarded by family members or relatives with requests to provide free legal services which a family member or relative may request.
When considering their estate plan and the use of trusts, most people envision the use of testamentary trusts which take effect upon the death of the settlor.
There is a good chance that someone you know, perhaps a friend, family member, or financial advisor, has told you that you need a “Living Trust” rather than a Will.
Estate planning professionals commonly encounter married couples with mixed nationalities. That is, one spouse is an American citizen and the other is not.
Digital estate planning is becoming an increasingly common practice. However, security measures of internet and technology corporations have the potential to disrupt the implementation of a testator’s plans.
As you update your Facebook page, have you ever wondered how your beneficiaries could obtain access to your “digital assets” upon your death? Indeed, could they access your digital assets if you were incapacitated during your lifetime?