Creating Your Own Estate Plan

Someone who has received a major inheritance may want to consider how to build their own legacy. Every person—no matter if they’re single, married, divorced, or a parent—should have a comprehensive estate plan that shields their loved ones from having to endure probate. An inherited house, for instance, can be saved for future generations if it is placed in a trust or a joint tenancy arrangement.

How A California Estate Planning Attorney Can Help

An estate planning attorney familiar with California’s probate laws and process may be able to help you keep what your loved one intended you to have, even if the estate is challenged by another beneficiary. A lawyer can also advise you on strategies for reducing your tax obligations while working on a plan to preserve your nest egg for future generations.


Philip J. Kavesh
Nationally recognized attorney helping clients with customized estate planning guidance for over 40 years.
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