Currently under Proposition 58, parents can leave their primary residence of any value to a child (and in some cases, grandchildren) without reassessment of the Proposition 13 assessed value. Additionally, each parent can leave one million dollars of additional...
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Month: December 2020
- Inheritance: Now What?
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- What Authority does a Conservator of the Estate have over a Conservatee’s Real Property?
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- What Medical Authority does a Limited Conservator of the Person Have Over a Limited Conservatee?