Understanding the complicated map of California probate can be overwhelming. A People's Choice can help you navigate through the complexities of California probate and save you the expensive statutory fees charged by attorneys.
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Most people create a revocable living trust to avoid probate. A pour-over will is also executed to allow any unknown assets outside the trust to pass through the pour-over will into the trust upon the testator's death. Trust property is then distributed to trust beneficiaries. Contact A People’s Choice for more information on how to prepare a pour-over will.
The cost of legal document services and hiring an attorney in California has risen to such an extent that attorney representation for most people is unaffordable and not an option. Most states, including California, recognize the rising need to offer alternative solutions for people who find themselves dealing with the court system and have made great strides to expand self-help legal services throughout the state. If you are looking for a low-cost, professional way to get legal document services in California, the easiest and most hassle-free help is using a registered legal document assistant.
As we get older, we all spend more and more time thinking about our estate plans, what we leave to our children and our legacy. In the past, making estate plans required hiring a lawyer and spending thousands of dollars to have estate planning documents such as a living trust, will, power of attorney and healthcare directive prepared. Often the cost to prepare estate plan paperwork resulted in this important item on the to-do-list to be regularly “bumped” to the bottom of the list because the money was not available. Here is the story of how one woman was able to get her estate planning documents prepared for less than $500!
It’s never too late to plan your estate with a revocable living trust, even when you are 91 years of age! So often people put off proper estate planning because it has previously been an expensive task only provided by attorneys. Nowadays, people are discovering that they can get the same estate planning documents prepared by a Legal Document Assistant at a fraction of the cost an attorney would charge.
California statutory attorneys fees for an attorney to handle and probate an estate can be excessive and unreasonable. More and more, people search for an alternative way to complete their probate case. This client shares her story of how A People's Choice, an experienced, non-attorney probate service, saved the beneficiaries and the estate thousands of dollars.
Going through a divorce is difficult. Divorce can be expensive...and stressful; and sometimes when you are going through a divorce, you just need someone to listen. This client found A People’s Choice a compassionate place to be. She was able to complete her divorce in a quick and efficient manner, with very little stress and strain. Here is her story...
Have you ever arrived at the County Self Help Center only to discover there are 100 people in front of you? To make matters worse, you’ve just taken the day off work to take care of your paperwork, and now you realize you probably won’t be able to get help at the County Self Help Center that day because the line is too long. If you have had this experience you are not alone, and will be glad to know there are other options available for your legal document preparation needs.
If you want to save money completing your divorce, you are probably looking for divorce self-help center to help you. A quick “Google” search will usually direct you to your county's Court’s Self-Help Center or companies that offer self-help divorce and legal document preparation services for a fee. Self-help centers aren't the best option for everyone, often requiring substantial tenacity and patience and multiple trips to the courthouse, plus you have to prepare all the documents yourself, a daunting task for many people. Here is one woman's story how she easily completed her divorce.