Articles Posted in Minor children

Updated:
What Does Fair Mean in a Family?
Is it OK to leave your children unequal shares of your assets?  Here’s how the issue was framed in the Ethicist column on the New York Times Magazine: This is the situation: An elderly parent has a fair amount of money and two children. One is wealthy with luxury properties, a spouse…
Updated:
DIY Estate Planning Resources During The COVID Pandemic
Greetings all. If you are stuck at home and without basic legal documents, read on. In the spirit of offering what I can to help people gain some piece of mind amidst the panic and uncertainty of the pandemic, here are some resources that you can use to get the basics in order, for now. As I…
Send your questions & suggestions

Contact me with your podcast/ blog questions or suggestions for future articles and podcast episodes.

(669) 232-0872 lifedeathlawpodcast@gmailcom

Updated:
It’s Fall: Custodial Accounts, 529 Plans And Paying For College
As the season turns and it starts to feel like Fall, many parents are either paying college tuition bills or worrying about paying them. Many of my clients have asked me how 529 college savings plans or custodial accounts are counted when colleges consider financial aid. Here are the basic…
Updated:
What to Do if Your Child’s Custodial Account is Too Big?
Custodial accounts are an easy way to hold money for a minor child’s benefit. They have many advantages.  They’re free-it’s easy to open up a custodial account at any bank or financial services company.  (You’ll know if an account is custodial in California because…
Liza’s Most Recent Books