According to an annual survey conducted by the website Caring.com, the pandemic brought home the message that people need to plan for any contingency in their lives. Nothing is guaranteed, so everyone needs to put in place a plan for the future of their loved ones and for themselves. This is what is known as estate planning.
I have nearly three decades of experience helping people through their estate planning and probate cases. My office, based in Los Angeles, California, has given numerous people a new sense of security when planning their future.
Though no one wants to think about dying, establishing wills, trusts, and powers of attorney can save you — and your loved ones — time, money, and stress as your estate goes through probate. With an adequate estate plan in place, your loved ones can avoid legal complications and focus on what matters most.