Wills and Trusts Law

Wills and Trusts law governs how to properly dispose of your estate.

An ‘estate’ is simply the totality of what you own; this includes your house, but also your bank and retirement accounts, life insurance policies, and more. ‘Estate planning’ then, is the area of law that helps you create a plan for what to do with your estate were you to become unable to make decisions for yourself, your loved ones, (otherwise known as ‘incapacitated’), or upon your death.

Also known as ‘Estate planning,’ this area of law helps you create a plan for what to do with your estate were you to become unable to make decisions for yourself or upon your death.

While a ‘Will’ is the most common tool we’re likely familiar with, there are many others available, ranging from very complex to very simple. Depending on the size and complexity of your estate, you will want to consider different options. It is essential that you have an attorney guide you through the options available to you.

Since each person has a very different life situation, each person will likely have very different wishes and concerns.

If you are just beginning the estate planning process, we are here to help. We design entire estate plans for single adults, married couples, blended families, and seniors. We also provide individual document preparation; whether the creation of a general or special Power of Attorney for an aging parent, or a Trust Transfer Deed for a pre-existing estate plan. Learn more on our South Coast Estate Planning website or request a free consultation below.

South Coast Estate Plans is the estate planning division of the Law Firm of Shea M. Randall. We are a full service, client-focused law firm that specializes in designing sophisticated California Wills, Revocable Living Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Advanced Health Care Directives, and More. 

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