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Orange County Estate Planning Attorney James F. Roberts Discusses things to consider when creating and modifying your estate plan.

Incapacity and End of Life Care, subjects we would all rather not think about, but are important to discuss and plan for.

Talking about incapacity and end of life care can be a depressing subject, but even if it is unpleasant to discuss, it is important to plan for it. It does happen, and we have all seen the result of lack of planning and seen the chaos that can come from it. So, talking about it, even if it is unpleasant is better than having a problem with no plan in place to handle it. It is something that we have to address in creating an estate plan that meets your needs and fulfills your desire to have a plan that covers the possibilities no matter how much we hope they never are needed. We are happy to sit down and talk with you and help you plan to meet whatever situation may arise with a plan that reflects your goals and values. Making that plan now is the best option to ensure that if the time comes where you cannot make those decisions yourself you have already made your wishes known. Follow up with your estate planning attorney to ensure that your estate plan honors your wishes and is set up correctly. Contact us today and set up an appointment.

We offer a many different resources and pamphlets on the subject of creating, updating and implementing estate plans. We also offer a regularly scheduled seminar in our office to help people determine what the best options are for them in their estate planning needs. We hope you sign up for one of our seminars to help you find your best options.

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Due to the CoVid19 virus California has issued a Stay-at-Home order. We understand how important the health and safety of our clients, and our staff is. We are complying with this order by continuing to work from our homes. While we are not in the office, we are still here to answer your questions, conducting consultations for review, and initial appointments by phone and email during normal business hours. We know that in this time, more than ever, it is important to have peace of mind about your estate planning. We are here to help you through this. Call our office number or email us and we will respond as quickly as possible.