When attorney Diane Anderson’s mother was 33 years old, she died in a plane crash. This sudden, untimely death was an emotionally overwhelming time for Ms. Anderson. She learned the difficult lesson that life is not promised to any of us.
This unique relationship to the brevity of life allows our lawyer to connect on a unique level with her clients. We work our whole lives to amass our estate that is filled with money and things, and yet we do not know the date of our death. How differently would you live if you knew the date and time of your own death? We all would! But we don’t so being prepared is essential in the process of passing from this world to the next. Attorney Anderson believes that everyone, no matter how young or old, should have — at minimum — a will. Then, in the event of a sudden death, you can make sure your children will be cared for through a guardianship and know how to manage your assets, debts and children as you wish.
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Choose A Knowledgeable Jackson, California, Probate Attorney
Whether you have a will or a trust or nothing at all, we, at The Law Office of Diane Anderson, can help you navigate probate, trust creation, and trust termination. This may include assets, debt, tax debt, guardianships and more.
Our attorney believes that education is necessary in moving through an estate planning, will and trust process. By arming yourself with knowledge, you will be able to obtain the best outcome possible.
Call now (530) 317-5556 | (209) 881-9222 to protect your family.