San Diego Estate Planning and Estate Administration Attorney
Trust and probate attorney, Richard F. McEntyre, in San Diego, California has been a trust lawyer since 1974. Richard offers quality, personalized, and affordable estate planning and estate administration services, with a free initial consultation, and is available for home visits.
Some of the documents we can provide:
- Wills – either to supplement a trust or to operate independently
- Amendments to trusts
- Codicils (changes) to Wills
- Documents to be filed with the county assessor to maintain a Prop. 13 property tax base upon a transfer of such property
- Financial powers of attorney
- Advance health care directives
- Deeds transferring real property to trustees of your new trust
- Spousal transmutation (property transfer) agreements
- Nominations of conservators
- Nominations of guardians (when you have minor children)
- Advice on trust funding
- Federal estate tax returns
Probate and Trust Administration
We can represent the executor or administrator in a legally-mandated court-supervised legal proceeding–required to pass title of a decedent’s property to heirs when no exemption from probate exists
We can represent the trustee, successor trustee, or a beneficiary of a trust in dealing with the trust estate assets
As is said we are indeed “mere mortals.” It’s never too early to do your estate planning. You may need a revocable living trust to avoid a costly and time-consuming probate. We provide quality estate planning at an affordable price. You will feel a burden has been lifted when you’ve taken care of this important life task. We will be pleased to see you!
We never treat you as a “number.” You are a special unique person requiring individualized care and attention. Each client is our most important client!
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