Orange County Estate Planning

Estate planning is all about being diligent in the care and maintenance of all that you have worked for during your lifetime. It is also an extension of following through with your responsibilities and fulfilling your obligations. Your first responsibility in planning your estate is to yourself, and your spouse, and your children. It is important to ensure that both you and your family are provided for at any time.

Although, it is not a necessity to have a spouse and/or child to require effective estate planning guide, the existence of a spouse and/or children nearly mandate a comprehensive estate plan. This means using a will, a revocable trust, and power of attorney form; life insurance, health insurance, and long term care insurance; IRAs and annuities; and other means to be sure that you and your family's needs are met.

The word PLAN is very important. You cannot plan anything once you have departed or become incapacitated. Estate planning is not for "then" and whenever that might be. It is for "now".

The Benefits of Estate Plan is to avoid cost of probate or minimize estate taxes, keep your assets in the family, distribute family assets or personal mementos according to your wishes, and retain the ability to make other choices, you must have an Estate plan.

Wills and Estate planning is about taking responsibility to ensure that your assets, everything you own and control, is preserved and used for the benefit of those you love.

If you would like to plan your estate or protect your assets, you should contact estate planning lawyers who can advise you on estate administration, estate litigation and more.

Mr. Moore is a tax and estate attorney who can halp your with the estate tax planning, and also help go through probate. Contact him at 714-541-2500.

Estate Planning
  • Wills and Trusts
  • Power of Attorney
  • Probate Litigation
  • Asset Protection

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