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If you or someone you know is affected by Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, the time for legal and financial planning is now.  Join us to learn about important legal and financial issues you may face and how to put plans in place. Raxter Law, P.A. in association with the Alzheimer’s Association is presenting a free...

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LEGAL LIMITS FOR CREDITORS TO FILE LAWSUITS TO COLLECT California has a special statutes of limitation dealing with claims against deceased persons. This rule bar any lawsuit on a liability (debt) of a deceased person unless the lawsuit is filed before the first anniversary of the decedent’s death. This one-year legal limit applies to debts...

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Raxter Law and its staff all want to say thank you to First Responders! So for the month of May the entire staff is dedicating time to draft a will, power of attorney, and healthcare directive for first responders and their spouses FREE of charge! Normally, a will package would cost $300.00 but because first...

How A Probate Attorney Helps Probate attorney is a state licensed lawyer who understands law aspects enough to advice estate executors and beneficiaries on settling final affairs of a deceased person. The lawyer is also referred to as an estate attorney and is responsible for handling personal representatives throughout the probate process until everything is...

Common assets mistakenly omitted from trusts Being an Attorney in Southern California that concentrates on all aspects of Probate matters, my office has come up with a list of the forgotten assets that are most commonly omitted from trust funding.  That is, these assets are frequently found after death titled in individual names rather than...