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Director Deadlock – How to Involuntarily Dissolve a Corporation in California

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Have Powers of Attorney for Your College-Aged Children

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Life Insurance: What to Avoid When Naming a Beneficiary

Here are some of the most common mistakes people make when designating life insurance beneficiaries: 1. Trying to designate beneficiaries in your Will. Naming beneficiaries in your Will does not override a properly executed beneficiary designation form. 2. Vague beneficiary designation. Name beneficiaries as specifically as possible. Use legal names instead of naming “my children” […]

Paul Walker’s Tragedy – What It Can Teach Us About Estate Planning

Paul Walker, star of the Fast & Furious movie franchise, died tragically in November 2013 due to a high-speed car accident at the age of 40. Walker created a revocable living trust long before his untimely death and long before his movie stardom when he was just 28 years old. His estate was opened January […]

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Original article appeared On Modbee.com on 9/14/2012 Modesto City Schools trustees unanimously decided Thursday morning to fill the seat of Cathy Flores Hallinan with a provisional appointment, avoiding an estimated $125,000 cost to hold a special election. Hallinan resigned Tuesday, citing work commitments, after nine months on the board. The appointment will take effect 30 […]

Asset Protection Strategies for Business Owners

If there was ever a Catch-22 situation for business owners, it’s this: most don’t take legal steps needed to protect their wealth until it’s threatened by a creditor or lawsuit – and by then, it’s too late to implement effective asset protection strategies. A survey of 242 business owners conducted by private wealth management firm […]