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Plan for your future: Protect your well-being and assets

San Diegans work hard in their jobs not only to become successful in the present, but also to make sure they will be comfortable in the future. While living in such comfort, nobody wants to think of a future that involves incapacitation due to dementia, stroke, Alzheimer’s, cancer, etc. or possibly death, but it is necessary in order to protect your well-being and your assets from probate.

January 22, 2014

The San Diego Union-Tribune

February 10, 2014

The San Diego Union-Tribune

Taking inventory: Simplify the estate planning process

What’s the most important thing in your life?

Is it the view from your balcony overlooking the Mission Beach sunset? Is it your personal library of first editions or collection of vintage Katinsurfwear? Perhaps it’s your daily run under Crystal Pier with the puppy that rescued you at the local shelter, or watching your daughter beat your old qualifying time at the Junior Lifeguard tryouts.

April 16, 2014

The San Diego Union-Tribune

A Will may not be enough

While most San Diego residents understand the concept of one’s inheritance being subject to probate, they are less familiar with the term intestacy. “Dying without a Will — also known as dying intestate — subjects a decedent’s assets to probate, which is costly and cumbersome to their heirs,” explained Genna Palecek, Partner at Palecek, Morrison & Associates, LLP (PMA LAW). 

May 3, 2014

The San Diego Union-Tribune

Leave your loved ones with your guidance

From the kitchen counter, she watched her daughter and grandchildren through the French doors. Her daughter came out of the pool looking like she did as a child — no towel, dripping across the great room floor — now followed by her children and a wet dog. “Forgetting the towel must run in the family,” the grandmother thought as she watched her loved ones rush to a plate of cookies.