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Are you good with money or do you just think you are?

You may never have considered yourself the best with money, but you likely also did not consider yourself irresponsible. After all, you may splurge once in a while, but you do not typically overspend often. However, you may have realized that you do not know as much about your spending as you think you do, and after a while, you could have noticed that you have not contributed to your savings as you should have.

Creating an estate plan isn't as difficult as people think

Every adult living here in California could benefit from an estate plan. No one can tell the future, and few people expect a debilitating or deadly illness or injury to happen. Under these circumstances, it would be a good idea for you to consider creating an estate plan as well.

Is a Chapter 7 filing an option for me?

Are you in a really tough financial position? Do you lack funds coming in or have so much debt and no possible way to pay it back? If you do, you are not alone. Many California residents currently are or have been in your shoes. If you find yourself in such a position, you may be wondering: Is a Chapter 7 filing an option for me?

Estate planning mistakes can leave your family in confusion

If you have spent a great deal of time considering your estate planning options, you probably feel ready to take the plunge. You may have in mind exactly how you want to express your last wishes, what health care directives you will include and whom you will designate to receive your assets after your death.

When is Chapter 13 bankruptcy the right choice for you?

Making the choice to file for bankruptcy is not easy. California consumers who face this choice often do so because they feel that they have no other options. While filing for bankruptcy may feel like a last resort to you, it may actually offer you many benefits, including the opportunity to have a future that is free from overwhelming debt.

Is your estate plan gathering dust?

For some people, a life event prompts them to create an estate plan. For example, getting married, having a baby or turning 40 may be monumental enough in a person's life to cause him or her to face mortality and write a will. If you are one of those people, congratulations! You are among the very few who take the time to express their wishes so that there are no questions about what to do with your estate when you are no longer living on this earth.

Planning for the end of your small business

As a business owner, you put countless hours and effort into starting and building your business. In the beginning, you took every necessary step and left nothing out, but as you move forward, you would be wise also not to forget to plan for the end. Whether it is due to illness, your unexpected death or retirement, you will eventually leave your business one day. You can decide what happens next.

What should you exclude from your will?

As you begin to think about getting your end-of-life affairs in order, you may focus a great deal on how you should distribute your assets. One of the most common ways individuals choose to carry out this task relates to creating a will. You can include a variety of information in this document, and it may help you cover many areas of your estate-planning needs.

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