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The Use of Fear of Bankruptcy by Debt Settlement Companies Most people are worried about bankruptcy and its effect on your credit. In fact people have a strong fear and repulsion to bankruptcy from the social conditioning we all receive.  Bankruptcy is associated with failure, is shameful and for some immoral.  No one wants to...
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Digital Assets and Crypto Currency After Death In today’s climate, maintaining a social media presence and possessing digital assets are important to many people. We post our photographs, thoughts, hopes, and wishes on social media platforms. In a way, our digital footprint is a part of our legacy. A great deal of information about who...
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Larry King
On January 23, 2021, celebrated television and radio host, Larry King, passed away at the age of 87. Larry King’s death and the complex events that followed in relation to his estate reveal the importance of updating and amending your estate plan. Life happens. Marriages end or see their beginning. Relationships with children and loved...
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Although we’ve written about it in our past blog posts (here), it’s still heartbreaking to listen to new clients tell their stories with debt consolidation/settlement companies.  Just recently, we took on another client who was in a debt consolidation (with a national company that advertises relentlessly) plan for about 1.5 years.  He paid them more...
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There are many reasons to why bankruptcy is the best choice to deal with your debt issues.  Here are the top 3. 1.) Filing bankruptcy is the fastest way to get all of your creditors instantly off your back. There is no faster way to stop the lawsuits, harassing calls and threatening letters than to...
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What happens if I become incapacitated?   It is important to think about what would happen to you in the event that you become incapacitated. Before we begin to tackle this issue, we have to understand what the word “incapacity” really means. An incapacitated person is one that does not possess the mental capacity to...
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Do I Need a Trust?
Why Do I Need A Trust?  In this blog post we will the main reasons to establish a trust. Bypass the probate proceeding A properly funded trust will avoid the probate process. When someone dies without a will (intestate) or with a will, they must go through a process called “probate.” Probate is a legal...
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Clients who file bankruptcy have different understandings of what their role is in the bankruptcy process.  This blog post will attempt to clarify the bankruptcy filer’s role in filing a bankruptcy case.  Over the years, we have encountered a few people who were surprised by the amount of “work” required to file a bankruptcy case. ...
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One of the most common fears relating to filing bankruptcy is that if you file bankruptcy, you will never be able to buy a house….or will have to wait 10 years in order to do so. This is one of the most commonly misunderstood aspects of bankruptcy.  A person who files for Chapter 7 bankruptcy...
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In September 2020, the State of California passed AB 1885. The new law will finally update California’s bankruptcy homestead exemptions. The new law will set homestead exemptions between $300,000 to $600,000. AB 1885 would increase that to the greater of $300,000 or the countywide median sale price of a single-family home in the calendar year...
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