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Living Trust vs. Will: Which One Do You Need?

You’ve worked hard for your money and property over your lifetime, and you want to be sure it’s in good hands after your death. To guarantee this, you may want to create a living trust or a will—or both. Learn more about the differences and how to choose below. What is a Living Trust? In Read More

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Top 4 Questions to Ask a Law Firm

Deciding the right law firm to handle your case can be an intensive process. You want to make sure that you hire the best firm that can handle your case with care and experience. In order to do this, you need to make the most of your initial consultation with your lawyer. You need to Read More

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Civil Litigation vs. Mediation: What’s the Difference?

Conflict can arise between or among friends, family members, co-workers, members of an HOA association, or business owners. These disputes are most commonly resolved through one of two methods: mediation or civil litigation. While these are both effective methods of dispute resolution, the similarities essentially end there. Civil litigation and mediation differ in terms of Read More

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5 Steps To Prepare Your Will

Have you written a will? Do you think you can wait until you’re older to write it? Think again. It is never too early to start drafting a will. What is a Will? A will is a written, legal declaration of an individual that names persons to manage their estate. A will also provides the Read More

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6 Elements of Successful Corporate Planning

No matter if you are a brand new business looking to sign their first client, or an industry leader looking to target a new audience, corporate planning is crucial to meet your goals. What Is Corporate Planning? Corporate planning is a process that is used by businesses to map out a course of action to Read More

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Top 3 Legal Issues in Real Estate Law & How To Avoid Them

Buying and selling properties can be a stressful process that can often times fall subject to legal pitfalls. Here are a few of the most common cases involving real estate law in California and tips on how to avoid them happening to you. 1. Misrepresentation In Real Estate Law, misrepresentation deals directly with misstating or Read More

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Congrats to Susan Elliott for being selected for the 2014-2016 class of RPTE Fellows

One of our very own attorneys, Susan Elliott, has been selected as a 2014 Fellow for the American Bar Association’s Real Property, class of Trust and Estates Division. Out of over 50 candidates that applied, only 8 were selected. Susan is one of the 8 that has been selected, due to all of her hard Read More

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Desert Estate Planning Council Golf Event

We are proud to be a part of the upcoming, annual Desert Estate Planning Council Golf Event at The Classic Club in Palm Desert! This is a great event to get involved in because you don’t have to be a golfer to participate. This year, Martin & Bochnewich will be sponsoring a foursome who will Read More

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Welcome to the Martin & Bochnewich Blog!

We would like to take this opportunity to thank our loyal customers for their continued business, and our potential customers for their consideration. Our talented attorneys, along with our staff of seasoned paralegals and assistants, take pride in providing personalized legal guidance to clients throughout Southern California. By bringing experience, integrity, knowledge, and dedication to Read More

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