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Category: Estate Planning in Downey

Posted On: Oct 29, 2015, Posted By: Velasco Law Group

If you’re going through a divorce, estate planning may be the last thing on your mind. But ask yourself this: if something were to happen to you, whom do you want receiving your assets and property? If you somehow became ...

Posted On: Oct 05, 2015, Posted By: Velasco Law Group

Today's press release is a continuation of our previous blog last week on the right-to-die bill in California, also called assisted-suicide in the media. It has been reported that Governor Jerry Brown, found the decision to sign the bill a ...

Posted On: Oct 02, 2015, Posted By: Velasco Law Group

You might say yes to the question or you might say what on earth is an estate plan. In many cultures and families speaking about death is something that is simply not done. Some say it is bad luck and we ...

Posted On: Sep 29, 2015, Posted By: Velasco Law Group

Many people are not comfortable talking about death and dying.  That is how so many euphemisms have come about in our culture to attempt to soften the word death.  Some of these are: passed away, deceased or expired.  To add ...

Posted On: May 13, 2015, Posted By: Velasco Law Group

In a recent online article in Financial Advisor Magazine, Seth Kaplan and Joshua Goldglantz tackle the issue of estate planning from an interesting angle: by addressing planning issues unique to Generation X (those born between the early 1960s and early ...

Posted On: Feb 13, 2015, Posted By: Velasco Law Group

Posted On: Dec 29, 2014, Posted By: Velasco Law Group

Posted On: Dec 29, 2014, Posted By: Velasco Law Group

The Importance of having a living trust Date: 1-23-2015 Time: 9:00AM Location:  11409 E. Carson St., Lakewood, CA

Posted On: Dec 08, 2014, Posted By: Velasco Law Group

Posted On: Dec 08, 2014, Posted By: Velasco Law Group

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