Everyone who begins to investigate their long-term health care options quickly comes across these terms. The following will hopefully help you understand what these terms are and the differences between […]
Here’s a nice little Intestate Succession Recap from nolo.com. If you die without a will in California, your assets will go to your closest relatives under state “intestate succession” laws. Here are some det […]
Wills and Trusts
Wills operate at the time of T’s death, but are construed in light of the circumstances at time of execution.
I. Validity of Will Three parts to the test for the validity of a CA Will:
When a watercourse or body of water forms the boundary of a parcel of real property, the legal boundary line is changed by a slow, imperceptible change in the watercourse. When a river or stream serves as a […]
D. COVENANTS FOR TITLE AND ESTOPPEL BY DEED
There are three types of deeds characteristically used to convey property interests other than leaseholds: the general warranty deed, the special warranty deed ( […]