Family First Estate Planning Law Center
Serving Families and Individuals
Throughout Orange, San Bernardino,
Riverside and Los Angeles Counties

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Need Help With Estate Planning? Overwhelmed With the Probate Process?

Family First Estate Planning Law Center advises businesses, senior citizens, and their families about the legal challenges facing them today. For seniors and their families facing the issues of aging, we counsel clients and provide solutions on: Wills, Trusts, Asset Protection, Specials Needs Trusts, Guardianships, Medi-Cal (Medicaid) and Estate Planning, Nursing Home Matters & Estate Administration. Our business clients rely on our estate planning lawyers, and they look to us to assist them with succession planning for their business.

The mission of our Santa Ana & Upland estate planning firm is to provide our clients with professional service that is designed to help you preserve the legacy you have built for your family. At Family First, we strive to maintain a high level of service and to keep costs reasonable through effective management of your estate. We will work with you, your financial planner and/or other related professionals to help you achieve your financial and estate planning goals. Our staff realizes that our clients are entrusting us with the matters that are most important to them, and we never lose sight of your goals or your focus.

For more information regarding our practice areas and how we can help you or your business; or to attend one of our Estate Planning workshops, please contact Family First Estate Planning Law Center.

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Why choose our law firm?

  • We offer FREE, no obligation workshops to discuss estate planning essentials.
  • We pride ourselves on our Customer Service and Responsiveness.
  • We speak Spanish (se habla español).
  • We have more then 28 years of experience helping families just like yours.
  • We put Families First!

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Division of Personal Property in an Estate

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A Last Will and Testament determines how liquid assets in an Estate are distributed after death. Personal property is considered part of the liquid assets in an Estate. In a Last Will and Testament, you can provide instructions on how your personal property is to be divided among your beneficiaries and heirs. Yet, even when a Last Will and Testament provides detailed instructions about the division of personal property in…

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