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Choosing Your Power of Attorney

Choosing Your Power of Attorney

Power of Attorney
The power of attorney document is an important aspect of any comprehensive estate plan. While a will protects your estate after you pass away, a power of attorney protects your interests and finances should you become unable to manage your affairs yourself. Your power of attorney gives significant authority and access to the individual you choose, so you should give careful consideration to your designation. Family Members Many people want a close family member to be in charge of their affairs if they become incapacitated. For example, many spouses have the other one as their power of attorney. This can make sense because your spouse often knows your affairs better than almost anyone else. However, you need to make sure that you change your power of attorney if you get…
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Preparing for a Divorce Case

Preparing for a Divorce Case

Divorce
Most people do not get married while anticipating a divorce case down the road. However, many people might have a feeling that divorce is in their future before a case is filed. If you are in this situation, there are some things you can do to prepare for a possible divorce. Gather Important Documents It is important to have a picture of your financial situation going into a divorce. Further, when your spouse learns about the divorce, they might try to make it difficult for you to access certain records or information. In advance, it is wise to gather the following (among any other relevant documents): Bank statementsInvestment accountsCredit card and loan statementsSocial security cards and birth certificates for the whole familyInventory of personal propertyTitles and deedsRetirement accountsPay statements for…
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Do You Need an Attorney to Modify Child Custody?

Do You Need an Attorney to Modify Child Custody?

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Child custody an area of law where disputes often arise. When circumstances change, one or both parents may wish to modify a custody agreement following divorce proceedings. All child custody decisions – including those that involve modifying existing child custody or visitation arrangements – are based upon the best interest of the minor child or children. If you are interested in pursuing modification of a child custody agreement, it is essential that you have an experienced attorney on board. At Furubotten Law, APC, our experienced legal team could assist you with pursuing a modification of child custody or visitation arrangements. We have law offices located in Los Angeles County, Orange County, and Riverside County, California. Our attorneys also serve Long Beach, Manhattan Beach, Huntington Beach, and Temecula. Call us today…
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