Update your plans and directives to reflect your relationship status
Protecting Divorced Or Widowed Californians’ With Estate Plans Since 1997
You didn’t expect to be single again, but life had other plans. In any event, you need to create or update your estate plan to protect your current relationships and assets.
A refreshed estate plan can address life changes like remarriage and new children or grandchildren’s inheritance. Without an estate plan, however, decisions about your assets and family’s future could fall to a probate court or the impersonal, one-size-fits-all plan created by California state lawmakers.
Merhab Robinson & Clarkson can help you secure your legacy confidently. We have experience with estate plans at all life stages and can customize a legal solution that secures what matters most to you.
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As we begin 2024, it is crucial to review estate planning goals and strategies that may be affected by changes in the federal estate tax
If you have significant wealth, you may be exposed to future estate tax burdens that must be acted on before the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
The year 2026 is quickly approaching, bringing substantial changes that may affect your estate tax situation. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) in 2017