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Barilari & Williams, LLP

To begin creating your estate plan, an attorney will work with you to create a thorough inventory of your assets and determine the value of each. Our  Long beach probate attorneys are working continuously for your future. This inventory will include financial assets such as cash, real estate, investments, and business interests; physical assets such as vehicles and jewelry; and intangible assets, including pets. In addition to listing all of these items, you may also want to consider giving certain items to specific family members or friends. Next, you will need to choose someone to act as the executor of your estate. This individual will be responsible for ensuring that the terms of your will are carried out upon your death. You should choose a person who is trustworthy, intelligent, and honest. For more information, kindly contact Barilari & Williams, LLP.

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