Do you know what would happen legally- to you, your loved ones, your money and everything else you care about – if something unexpected happened to you?
At Knarr Law Group, we will educate you and take the time to get to know you, your family, your concerns, your goals, and your issues, so that we can design an estate plan that is right for you and will keep your loved ones out of court and out of conflict.
If you are a parent of minor children (or those with special needs) who are counting on you, your estate plan must begin with your children would always be taken care of by the people you want, in the way you want, no matter what happens.
At the Knarr Law Group, one of our areas of greatest expertise is planning for the well-being and care of the children you love.
When a loved one dies it can be a confusing time in which you are in immense grief while also needing to make sure you handle all the technical details of locating assets, paying bills and making sure your loved one’s assets get to the right people, without conflict. We are here to help.
We offer a variety of estate planning tools and strategies designed to accommodate the unique circumstances presented by children with special needs and their families in California. We can help you pass on the financial assets needed for your child to live a rich quality of life without jeopardizing their eligibility for government benefits. We’ll also assist you in finding and appointing a trusted guardian and/or trustee to look after them in the event of your death or incapacity.
Divorce, inheritance, health issues, creditors, employees, theft, changing markets, malpractice suits, sexual harassment claims, natural disasters and disgruntled business partners are just a few issues that can result in devastating lawsuits.
We assist our clients in determining the appropriate level of asset protection planning for their particular circumstances.
There are many different strategies to accomplish the protection of your assets while you are alive and after you are gone. To find out which strategies may be right for you, contact us for a Family Wealth Planning Session.
Whether through illness, injury, or mental decline, anyone can require a guardian (also known as a conservator) to care for them if they become mentally or physically incapacitated. Unless the person has the proper estate planning in place that names a guardian, however, guardianship must be established through county probate court. The best course of action is to use estate planning to name a preferred guardian ahead of time, so the family won’t have to deal with a courtroom or lawyers in the first place.
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