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Should I Update My Estate Plan Because of COVID-19?

Should I Update My Estate Plan Because of COVID-19?

As the coronavirus continues to impact life as we know it here in the United States, the most common question we’ve been asked during the course of the pandemic is whether an existing estate plan should be changed or updated. Of course, the answer to that question...

Can I Take Over a Family Member’s Mortgage When They Die?

Can I Take Over a Family Member’s Mortgage When They Die?

Ventura County probate lawyers hear quite regularly from heirs who are shocked to learn that the property they inherited from a loved one comes with a mortgage. Now what? It’s important to know that a mortgage does not die when the owner does. How that mortgage is...

How Can I Avoid a Conservatorship in California?

How Can I Avoid a Conservatorship in California?

A conservatorship is when a person is appointed by the court to look after another person’s financial and physical well-being. This is not always a great situation to be in since the court may appoint someone who would never be chosen by the individual or their...

Ventura County Probate Lawyers: What To Do After a Loved One Dies

Ventura County Probate Lawyers: What To Do After a Loved One Dies

When a loved one passes away, the grief is often overwhelming and exhausting. Your emotional state may make it nearly impossible to carry on basic functions like sleeping or eating. Ventura County probate lawyers understand that the last things you'll feel like...

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