When it comes to the potential need for long-term care, Medi-Cal planning is needed to protect your assets, especially your home, from Medi-Cal recovery. One way to do that is to create an irrevocable Medi-Cal trust. But, what if you want to revoke that trust later on? Here is what you need to know. The [ ] The post Medicaid Trusts as Part of Medi-Cal Planning appeared first on Northern California Center for Estate Planning and Elder Law.
Reaching a significant milestone, Orangevale couple Jim and Judy Shephorn have been married for 50 years. Equally impressive, the Shephorns drove to Reno to renew their vows in the same care they drove to get married 50 years ago – a 1965 Chevy Impala. This incredible achievement should remind us all of the importance of [ ] The post Orangevale Couple Celebrates Their 50th Anniversary appeared first on Northern California Center for Estate Planning and Elder Law.
As a Sacramento estate planning law firm, we understand that the nature of your property is an important factor. A common question we are asked is what happens to community property when a couple separates.
In the United States, people can participate in making and changing the law. This article is a story of one woman who did just that.
Perhaps the most common mistake in estate planning isn’t apparent by looking at the will or trust document itself. The most common mistake is a failure to coordinate the primary vehicle with the rest of the plan. Read this blog to learn more about this common mistake.
A Domestic Asset Protection Trust has many benefits but some asset protection attorneys recommend against them because of issues that may arise.
For Sacramento residents who have special needs or a loved one who does, a special needs trust can be an important part of their special needs planning