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Experienced Attorneys Developing Estate Plans in Riverside County

Helping you protect the future of your family

No one wants to think about their death or incapacitation, but it is essential to consider what will happen to your family. By creating a thorough estate plan, you are ensuring that your best wishes are met and that your loved ones are protected. At Rosenstein & Associates, we work closely with you to develop a personalized estate plan. Over our years of experience, we have developed long-lasting relationships with our clients, drafting and updating their estate documents as time goes on. Whether you need a simple will or a complex trust, our lawyers can assist you.

Wills and trusts services in California

Creating secure estate documents is one of the most important steps in your life. Without one, your property and assets cannot be distributed according to your wishes, and you may leave your family members vulnerable.

Our attorneys are experienced and knowledgeable about all facets of estate planning, including:

  • Your last will and testament helps protect both your family and your property. In your will, you can leave your property to whomever you wish, name a guardian for your minor children and name an executor to your estate. If you die without a will, your property will be distributed according to California’s intestacy laws, not necessarily to the people you want.
  • Living trusts. A regular trust is created under the terms of your will, where you name a trustee to hold legal title of your property. A living trust is one that you create when you are alive, and you can be the trustee. The main goal of making a living trust is to arrange your assets before you die so that your family can avoid the complicated probate process.
  • Healthcare directives. In California, a living will and a durable power of attorney for healthcare are combined into one form called a healthcare directive. Your living will dictates the type of medical treatment you would or would not like to receive in the event that you become incapacitated and unable to vocalize your wishes. Your durable power of attorney names a trusted person to direct your healthcare if you are unable to do so for yourself.

We are prepared to help you create an estate plan that ensures your wishes are upheld upon your incapacitation or death.

Schedule a free consultation with a reliable estate planning law firm

When you need to create a will, trust or other estate document, turn to Rosenstein & Associates. From our Temecula office, we have been helping California clients since 1999. Call us today 951.296.3888 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation.

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