Individuals & Families

Individuals & Families

Estate Planning

At JDS Law, Inc., we are passionate about helping individuals and families in California meet their estate planning goals and avoid future turmoil through planning today. Senior attorney Jenny Shin has crafted over 100 estate plans for families and estates of all sizes. She is an attentive and caring listener and creative planner who quickly identifies potential issues and clearly explains possible solutions for the best possible outcome. We do n… Read More

Unfunded Trusts

If you are administering a trust in California and you realize that some property may not have been properly transferred to the trust, the most important action you can take is to consult with an experienced California trust and estate attorney. We know how to prepare the necessary documents, including court filings, that may be necessary to make that property part of the trust or to otherwise allow you to administer it, ideally without requiring… Read More

Probate & Probate Alternatives

We understand how overwhelming the loss of a loved one is. At a time when you are grieving, you must also attend to settling your family member’s last debts, including taxes, and distribute their remaining property according to their wishes. Our greatest hope for you during this time is that you were left with a roadmap to guide you as you finalize these matters. Whether or not your loved one had an estate plan, our experienced staff is here to… Read More

Trust Administration

Living trusts are an increasingly popular estate planning tool. The creator of a living trust designates a successor trustee to take over administration of the trust upon their death. Too often, unfortunately, a designated successor trustee is unprepared to assume this role. At JDS Law, Inc., we help California trustees stay on top of their trust administration duties. Our trust administration services are tailored to your specific needs. Do you… Read More

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