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Monthly Archives: October 2021


Estate Planning Amidst A Pandemic

By The Probate Guy |

Estate planning is important on any given day, but it has proven to be important during a pandemic. The world has been living in uncertainty because of COVID-19 since 2019. Amid the climate of uncertainty surrounding the pandemic, people of all ages have been forced to grapple with the difficult subject of estate planning… Read More »

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Can A Minor Child Be A Trust Beneficiary In The State Of California?

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If you are a Californian and in the process of estate planning, one of the questions you might be asking yourself is whether your minor child can be a Trust beneficiary in the state of California. Asking yourself this question is completely understandable, considering minor children generally cannot directly own money and some other… Read More »

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Beneficiary Rights You Need To Know About As A Trust Or Will Beneficiary

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As a Trust or Will beneficiary in California, you have certain rights, and it is important that you know about these rights. Only after you understand your rights as a Trust or Will beneficiary can you ensure that your rights and interests remain protected. In this article, get to learn about some of the… Read More »

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Estate Planning For Single Parents

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Over the decades, the share of children in America living with a single parent has been rising. According to Pew Research Center, children in the U.S. are more likely than children elsewhere to live in single-parent households. According to the research center, almost a quarter of children in the United States under the age… Read More »

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