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It is our firm belief that everyone has a right to an affordable and reliable Estate Plan. When that time comes, there are many important choices that will need to be made. This is why we feel that, even if you have the assistance of a competent attorney guiding you through the process, it is always helpful for you to be as informed as possible about the decisions you will be asked to make.  Below, you will find some resources that we think will provide you with some of that information and will, hopefully, make the experience a little less stressful.

• Click here for links to some helpful Estate Planning information online.

• Click here to see the schedule for Julie's upcoming speaking engagements.

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LINKS

Money 101 - Top Things To Know - Estate Planning

(CNN.com)

Choose The Right Executor
(Forbes.com)

Estate Planning Tools
(Forbes.com)

Lesson From Anna Nicole: Prepare An Estate Plan

(Forbes.com)

You've Gotta Start Somewhere
(SmartMoney.com)

Time To Tweak Your Estate Plan?

(SmartMoney.com)

Closing Down The Estate
(SmartMoney.com)


Financial Powers Of Attorney
(AARP.org)

The Special Needs Trust
(Kidsource.com)

Duties Of A Conservator
(Courtinfo.ca.gov)

Advance Health Care Directive - What's Important To You
(Office of the Attorney General - California)

 

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SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS

The following are upcoming events where you will be able to hear Julie talk about various Estate Planning topics and issues:

 

There are no engagements currently scheduled. Please check back again soon!

 

If you would like Julie to speak at your organization or buisness regarding Estate Planning, Wills, and Trusts, please contact us at (818) 884-9700 or email us at info@clarylaw.net. Some of the topics that she covers in her presentations are:

• What is the difference between Wills and Trusts?

Revocable Trusts vs. Irrevocable Trusts

• Why is Probate something to avoid?

Does my child need a Special Needs Trust?

• How to establish a Convervatorship

Final Wishes - The Advance Health Care Directive

• Who should I give Power of Attorney?

• How to fund your Trust and Trust Adminstration

 

 

 

 

 

 

QUICK LINKS 

Here are some helpful quick links to the definitions of commonly used Estate Planning terms:

Wills

Trusts

Probate

Power of Attorney

Advance Health Care Directive

Conservator

Special Needs Trust

 

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