Protect Your Family’s Privacy

Get a California Trust and Protect Your Hard Earned Saving$

  • Would you leave your checkbook and credit card statements on your dining room table for all to see?.
  • Would you tell a telemarketer what stocks you own?

If you die without a will the Probate Court will appoint a probate referee to put a value on everything you own from real estate to stocks to cars to your coin collection. Once the appraiser determines a value of EVERYTHING YOU OWN, the inventory and appraisal will be filed in court and become a public record available for anyone to see in the Court file. With a trust, these items are generally not public record.

A California Trust Protects your Privacy

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