Corona CA Living Trusts & Estate Planning

Offering living trusts and estate planning services throughout Riverside County. Call 951-272-5855Living Trusts

LIVING TRUST:

Our Living Trust estate planning package includes the following: Revocable Living Trust, Pour-Over Will, Durable Power of Attorney (Financial), Advanced Healthcare Directive and a Deed should you wish to change title into the name of the living trust to protect your real property. Our notary fees with a value of $70.00 are included in our low price. Our experienced paralegals prepare quality estate documents for your specific needs. Call today to get started.

POUR-OVER WILL:

A pour-over will is used in conjunction with a living trust estate. Should a person forget to change title of an asset into the name of the living trust, this pour-over will states simply that any assets not funded into the name of your living trust, should be guided by the legal language set forth in your living trust and essentially names your trust as beneficiary of any property that does not pass directly to a living beneficiary.

ADVANCED HEALTHCARE DIRECTIVE:

How Living Trusts Can HelpAn Advanced Healthcare Directive is a legal document that appoints a person(s) to make healthcare decisions on your behalf should you be unable to do so due to injury, illness or diminished capacity. This document explains in advance to the person you appoint to make these decisions, your wishes as to the care you would or would not choose if you had the capacity to make them.

DURABLE POWER OF ATTORNEY (FINANCIAL):

The durable power of attorney for financial is a way to allow someone that you choose to manage your finances in the event that you become incapacitated and are unable to do so yourself. It grants someone the legal authority to act on your behalf for financial issues; pay bills, pay medical expenses, manage assets, accessing your financial accounts. Essentially, this document gives authority to the person you choose to deal with all of your financial affairs.

 


 

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In today's busy and hectic society most of us are working hard, spending time with family and getting things taken care of that affect the 'here and now' and sure we take care of our future setting up savings plans, retirements, life insurance policies and etc, but what about the future for our loved ones when we are no longer in the 'here and now'? Some of us don't like to think of this and would just as soon push this to the side, and I do say this subtly, 'at the expense of our loved ones'.  Without us realizing it we are harming our loved ones by not setting up Estate Planning documents such as a Living Trust, Will, Durable Power of Attorney (Financial) and Advanced Healthcare Directive. 

All County Document Services is currently offering an "All In One Special" that includes these exact documents due to numerous client's visiting my office to have my office prepare their estate documents due to 'their loved ones' failing to prepare these estate documents and realizing they do not want to put their loved ones through the same situation they found themselves in, probating their deceased family members estate; this process can take 1-3 years, is very costly, time-consuming and your loved ones simply have no time to go through the grieving process.

Here are just a few examples;

Grandparents who were forced to litigate their Grandparents rights due to the fact that both the Mother (their Daughter) and the Father of their Grandchildren died in a horrific auto accident leaving no Will and/or "Guardian" for their two daughters; 

A daughter-in-law who although her father-in-law had a Will, he did not have a Living Trust, and with a Will only, it is required to go through the court system and/or probate.  Her deceased father-in-law had stocks that were of high value when he passed, however, unfortunately by the time probate was complete, the stocks fell so low they were worth 30% less!  

A Daughter who was forced to file emergency hearings to gain access to her Father's Safe Deposit Box, and although it was actually considered an estate of small value, the bank that housed the Safe Deposit Box refused to allow her to gain access without a court order by a judge.

These are just a few of the examples that I have witnessed first-hand and that is why I urge all my family, friends and the readers to not put this very necessary and important duty to our loved ones off any longer; put in writing today what you want to happen with your estate for 'tomorrow'.  All County Document Services is currently offering a Special to include a Living Trust, Pour-Over Will, Durable Power of Attorney (Financial), Advanced Healthcare Directive and a Deed (if necessary) all for $450.00 for an individual and an additional $150.00 for two people, to include $70.00 value notary fees