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Darlynn Campbell Morgan

Darlynn Morgan’s Legal Guides

7 total

  • 5 Things to Know Before Hiring a Wills Trusts or Estates Lawyer

    Step 1 When you begin to consider getting your legal and financial affairs in order, the first thing to do is call the offices of lawyers who you will meet with to handle your planning. This is a gr

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  • Can I create my trust without an Attorney?

    It's kind of like if you built your own house during the summer when the weather was really good .... It's kind of like if you built your own house during the summer when the weather was really good

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  • Wills vs. Living Trusts. . . Why Do You Say We Need Both?

    Probate Takes a Long Time in California and is Very Expensive. Probate can take quite a long time in California and is typically quite expensive. The worst part is probate is totally public & subject

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  • Why You Need an Estate Plan

    But I Don't Have A Lot of Money! But you may be thinking, “I don’t have an estate” that sounds like a lot of money! Well, If you have things, you have an estate. And without a plan, your family c

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  • 5 Legal Documents Every Adult Needs

    #1: Kids Protection Plan If you’ve got kids, you have to have a Kids Protection Plan; most important thing, no matter how much money you have. Names guardians for short term, long term, and other doc

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  • Avoiding Probate in California: Wills vs Living Trusts

    There are a number of reasons why a living trust is preferable to a will in California, including the fact that it is private, it will support your family in the event of your incapacity (remember, your will only kicks in upon your death!) and your family will avoid probate in Ca...

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  • Orange County Probate Attorney Discusses Probate in California

    How do I know if I need to file a probate in California? What does probate entail. Orange County Probate Attorney Darlynn Morgan of Morgan Law Group explains the basics of probate.

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