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Estate Planning for Families


June 21, 2012

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After my daughter was born my husband and I kept hearing people talk about creating a living will and trust. We thought this sounded like something that we needed to do and right away. However, when we sat down to learn all that would be involved in creating a living will and trust we felt overwhelmed and didn't really know where to begin. Who would we want our children to go to? How would we be sure they were taken care of? We ended up talking to friends and family about how they did theirs and piecing it all together. Estate planning is so important, epecially if you have children and want to ensure that they will be cared for the way that you would want in the event that something happend to you and your husband. The great news is that you can meet with Sona Tatiyants, a local estate planning attorney and get everything taken care of without all of the stress.

MomsLA made 2 videos, Q & A – style, with Sona Tatiyants, a local estate planning attorney who has made a specialty of working with families. She answers questions about what would happen to your assets if something happened to you and what would happen to your kids if something happened to you. Sona is a wife and mother, and in addition to holding a Law degree (J.D.), she also has a Masters of Law in Taxation with an emphasis in estate planning (LL.M.). Her videos are meant to express a few of the reasons families should consider consulting an estate planning attorney.
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