Planning for the orderly management and distribution of your estate during periods of incapacity and after your death is something people often put off. After all, it's not fun to talk about becoming incapacitated or dying. However, everyone ought to do some estate planning. Nobody knows when that plan will come into play; having your wishes formalized in legal documents can provide you with valuable peace of mind.
When someone dies, his or her property becomes part of an estate. If you have been named the executor or administrator of the estate, it is important to seek counsel from a San Jose and Campbell Estate Administration Attorney as soon as possible.
San Jose Attorney Barry Mangan's skill, background, and passion for real estate make him a great choice for your real estate transaction needs. Whether you are purchasing a home for the first time, or you have many years experience buying and selling multi-family dwellings, Barry can handle your real estate transaction needs with skill and enthusiasm. His deep knowledge of the Bay Area real estate market, combined with his decades of experience in real estate transactions and litigation, give him the ability to provide you with outstanding service.
Collaborative family law provides an alternative to fighting in court about a divorce or child custody and visitation issues. The divorcing couple, or parents with custody or visitation issues, work with collaborative family law attorneys to reach an agreement on how they will resolve their differences.
Mediation is a way to resolve disputes that provides an alternative to people fighting with each other in court. In mediation, the people involved in the dispute sit down with a mediator and try to agree upon a mutually satisfactory solution. The mediator is neutral -- that is, the mediator does not take one side or the other, but instead helps the participants come to an agreement they will both feel satisfied with.