When Is A Buy/Sell Agreement A Good Idea?

If you are thinking ahead about your future estate planning in Pasadena, our buy/sell agreement attorneys can help you to structure this important document that will outline what happens to this property if you are no longer part of the business. Buy/sell agreements are particularly useful if you intend to leave real estate or businesses… Read More »

What Is A Buy/Sell Agreement in Your Estate Plan?

If you are an owner of a business, you have additional considerations when it comes to writing your estate plan. One of these can include the plans for what happens to your business after you choose to exit it, whether voluntarily or involuntarily. This can include a buy/sell agreement. A buy/sell agreement often comes up… Read More »

Simple Tips for Getting Your Estate Plan in Order Today

If you’re like most people around the world, you’re staying inside and working on accomplishing tasks and keeping your family’s spirits high. Accomplishing estate planning is another aspect of getting your personal and financial affairs in order during this time. Remember that most estate planning work can be done at home and plenty of estate… Read More »

COVID-19, the CARES Act, and Your 2020 RMD

I hope all of my readers are well. By now, all of you should have heard of the CARES (the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security) Act signed into law on March 27. It’s the federal economic stimulus package that provides, among other things, for expanded unemployment benefits and loans for businesses struggling with the… Read More »

Technology Update

I hope all of my readers are well. I thought I would give you a brief update on our efforts to continue to serve you. In my last COVID-19 posting, I wrote about how I am handling signing documents while abiding by orders from the City of Pasadena/County of Los Angeles/State of California to stay… Read More »

Working on Your Estate Plan from Home

Creating an estate plan is not easy in the best of times, but in light of the fact that many people are working from home and seeking out resources and help virtually, there are some important action steps that you can take to ensure that your estate plan does indeed get done. Doing some research… Read More »

Technology Update

I hope all of my readers are doing well after their first weekend on lockdown! I thought I would bring you up to date on our efforts at the Pasadena Law Group to continue to provide for our clients, even if we should not/are not allowed to meet face to face. So, we’ve investigated technology… Read More »

Why You Should Care About Estate Planning?

Your estate plan is the key to a less stressful situation. Every person, regardless of their net worth and age, needs comprehensive estate planning to ensure that their individual wishes are accounted for and that their family has been appropriately provided for. Death, unfortunately, is inevitable and many people suffer the additional challenge of becoming… Read More »

Coronavirus: Important Updates and Measures

Well, it looks as if the State of California is pretty much on lockdown right now. That does NOT mean the Pasadena Law Group is closed — we are open for business! Although we can’t hold face-to-face meetings, we can do online meetings and, if you need to sign documents that must be notarized, we… Read More »

Coronavirus Update: Office Safety and Meetings

I suspect you have been receiving a lot of emails about the novel Coronavirus/COVID-19 from your doctors, financial advisors and local restaurants. I thought you might appreciate a short note from your lawyer’s perspective. We certainly do not want to see a pandemic or declining markets, but here we are. Of course, one of the… Read More »

So Your Estate Plan’s Old (Yes, It Needs an Update)

You might think you’re covered because you created an estate plan many years ago. Even though you might have recognized the key importance of estate planning, you didn’t do the necessary steps to keep your estate plan updated over time. Unfortunately, there are many different reasons why your estate plan might become invalid or no… Read More »