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How is your Estate Plan? Do you have a revocable trust in place, with a backup pour over will? How about a power of attorney for financial matters? Who would make health care decisions for you should you suddenly become incapacitated? What would you want those decisions to be?

If you don’t have an estate plan, and even if you do, but would like to discuss these questions or any others you might have, please join us on Saturday January 16, 2016 at 10:00 a.m at the Blacklake Banquet Room at Blacklake Golf Course.

We hope to see you there:

To help us plan, it would be great if you could please RSVP: (805) 929-7150. Or email directly to guy@guymurraylaw.net.

DATE: 01/16/16

TIME: 10:00 a.m.

PLACE: Blacklake Banquet Room, 1490 Golf Course Lane, Nipomo, CA

Welcome to The Law Office of Guy W. Murray. We are a full service civil law firm. We invite you to browse our website. Feel free to ask questions or leave any comments you wish.   I also post regular and timely legal updates on my Facebook page.  Come visit and become a fan.

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671 W. Tefft Street, Suite 3
P.O. Box 180
Nipomo, CA 93444
(805) 929-7150
(805) 929-7151 Fax
(805) 431-2812 Cell
guy@guymurraylaw.net

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Below are several links that discuss various aspects of estate planning. Please review them for further in depth information on the subject areas they highlight.

Do I need estate planning

Do I need a will

California Statutory Will

Do I need a living trust

Schiavo case and importance of a living will

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We are pleased to announce that we are now accepting Trust and Estate Administration Clients. What exactly is trust and estate administration? When a person dies, the process by which the estate is disbursed is called an administration. Every estate, whether large or small, whether the decedent left a will or a trust must have an administration. Whether it is a probate estate administration, or a trust administration depends on whether the decedent left a will, died intestate, or whether he or she had revocable trust in place at the time of death. (more…)

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