It’s that time of year again when the citizens of Tracy vote for their “Best of Tracy”. We at Court Forms Plus, try to make our clients feel safe, cared for. You are always our top priority. If you have been satisfied with our service, please consider voting for us in the Best of Tracy.
Mother’s Day is just a few days away. Honor your mom by telling her how important estate planning is. Talk to her about having a Will, trust or Power of Attorney.
Powers of Attorney are so important. Designating someone to make health care or financial decisions when you aren’t able can save so much stress later.
Wills and trusts are necessities. Call Court Forms Plus to see how we can help, or to set up an appointment for her to to give her the gift of estate planning.
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Christmas is just 5 days away. Are you still trying to figure out what to get for that “hard to buy for” family member or friend? What better gift to give a loved one than a Trust package or a Will. Court Forms Plus can assist in preparing a Trust package, a Will or even Powers of Attorney. Call or email us today to find out about our gift certificates and our December specials. A trust package, a Will or Powers of Attorney are such a thoughtful, caring gift to give your family.
Give your family the gift of “peace of mind” this holiday season by taking care of your estate planning needs. Call Court Forms Plus to find out how we can assist you with estate planning. This could be anything from complete Trust packages, to Wills, Powers of Attorney for Health Care, General and Durable Powers of attorney to Transfer on Death deeds. Estate planning is the single most important thing you will do for your family and for yourself. Don’t wait. Call 209-836-5430 today.
“We are not attorneys. We can only offer self help
services at your specific direction.”
Do you want to help your beneficiaries avoid Probate Court at your passing? Do you want to be the one determining the outcome of your estate? If you answered yes to these questions, now is the time to think about a revocable living trust. Whether you’re single or married, if you have real property, a revocable living trust is something that you should look into. A revocable living trust will allow you to make provisions for your beneficiaries. Having a revocable living trust will insure that your business stays private.
Call Debbie @ 209-836-5430 or email @ email@example.com today to find out how she can assist you with a revocable living trust.
“We are not attorneys. We can only offer self-help services at your specific direction.”
It doesn’t matter if you are Democratic, Republican, Independent, rich, poor or middle class…everyone should have either a Will or Trust. Planning your estate by having a Will or Trust is so important. Call Debbie @ Court Forms Plus to see how she can help you with a Will or Trust.
Most of us were saddened to hear of the death of Prince last week. Now it’s being reported that he may not have had a Will or Trust. If it’s true and he didn’t plan ahead and make a Will or Trust, his family is in for a long, hard time through Probate Court.
Dealing with the loss of a loved one is difficult enough. Don’t let your loved ones have to deal with Probate Court while grieving. Make a Will or make a Trust.
Court Forms Plus can assist you with typing a Will or Trust. We have so many of our clients tell us, after signing their Trust, that they feel a sense of relief. Call us today. It’s one of the smartest things you’ll do.
Let Court Forms Plus assist you with all of your estate planning needs. Whether you need a Will, Trust, Power of Attorney or Small Estate Affidavit, Debbie and Janet at Court Forms Plus can help. If you already have a Trust but it’s been some time since you updated it, or things have changed and you need to amend it, call
When one thinks of estate planning, one usually thinks of older people, senior citizens, people who are near to retirement, or people who are wealthy. However adults of all ages should be seeing someone about planning their estate. It doesn’t matter what the size of your estate is. And estate planning is so important for those couples just starting out as parents.
As soon as you become a parent, you now have a responsibility to protect your child…even after your death. As a parent, you now have even more of a reason to do an estate plan. Everyone should be concerned about what happens to your assets when you are no longer around.
Did you know that in your estate plan, you can also name a guardian for your children in the event of your passing? It’s not just about distributing your assets. Although distribution of assets in an estate plan is so important, to keep your loved ones from having to deal with Probate Court, naming the person you trust most to become the guardian to your children when you are no longer here is much more important.
Consider talking to someone about your estate plan today. Don’t wait until it’s too late, and put your loved ones in a position of dealing with issues when they are grieving. Call Court Forms Plus at 209-836-5430. Debra can assist you with your estate plan.
We are off to Hayward today for our chapter meeting with our colleagues from CALDA. We will be discussing “Small Estate Probate- Affidavits & Transfer of Property under $150k”.
If you or someone you know has a loved one that has passed and their estate is less than $150,000, this small estate affidavit may be what you need to be able to distribute his/her estate. Call us at Court Forms Plus and see how we can assist you in estate distribution.
We are not attorneys. We can only provide self-help services at your specific direction.