Estate Planning For those With Investment Properties

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Your estate plan should incorporate any assets you own as investments, such as second homes. Estate planning for rental property owners is a bit different than for those who own their primary residence. Since rental properties are usually considered business assets, they can be subject to different taxation rules and require special consideration when creating…

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California Inheritance Law

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California laws surrounding inheritance are complex, even in situations where there is a comprehensive estate plan. Even if you do not expect it to happen, there is still a chance the heirs to your property could disagree with their inheritance after you’re gone. By speaking with an attorney experienced in California inheritance law, you can…

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