Estate Plans are not only for the elderly and wealthy. Everyone over 18 years old needs some level of estate planning! The more assets you have or if you have children, the more critical it is to ultimately save money and give the gift of an estate plan to those you love.
Come learn from a personable, user-friendly estate planning attorney. You will certainly learn something and may laugh a bit too. You’ve got nothing to lose and everything to gain….
- If you have very few assets, do you still need an estate plan? Yes!
- If you’re married, won’t your spouse automatically be able to handle everything? No!
- If you have kids, do you want them to inherit everything at 18, should you die unexpectedly? I hope not!
- If you have a disabled person in your life, do you want to mess up their public benefits by leaving them a gift? Of course not!
- If you have someone close to you but you are not married, will he/she inherit from you? Not without the proper legal documents in order!
- Do you want to waste tens of thousands of dollars on Probate? If not, you need a Trust!
At twelve, Rebecca knew she wanted to be a lawyer to make a difference in people’s lives. “At Goldfarb & Luu, I am able to fulfill my passion for making a positive difference by knowing that our clients’ wishes will be honored whenever they need to use their estate planning documents. I always assist my clients with compassion, support, and devotion through difficult times.”
Rebecca and her law partner, Dinh Luu, are estate planning and elder law attorneys. Estate planning is a life-long process that incorporates the use of wills, trusts, advance directives and powers of attorney to plan for individuals and their families. Estate planning becomes elder Law when adult children begin to care for their aging parents. Elder law includes updating estate plans, establishing conservatorships, planning for Medi-Cal and VA Aid & Attendance benefits, preventing elder abuse and providing counsel to families throughout the journey of aging. They also handle trust administration and probate once someone has passed away.
Rebecca is experienced, compassionate and a detailed planner who provides peace of mind for her clients by creating comprehensive estate plans and updating them when needed. With every client, she strives to build life-long relationships to enable her to serve as an advocate for her clients for generations. She treats her clients like family and is passionate about her work!
On a personal note, she is the mom to a terrific little girl and is a nature and animal lover. They enjoy time with their horses and cat.