Raxter Law, P.C. a local Probate, Estate Planning and Estate Litigation office is Sponsoring the “Caregiver Oasis” at the upcoming Walk to End Alzheimer’s on October 6th, 2019 at Lake Perris, California. This is the first year that the Alzheimer’s walk is doing a Caregiver Oasis and the local chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association and RAXTER LAW is working to make it a success. If you are interested in donating or joining the RAXTER LAW team please visit
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COMMON ASSETS MISTAKENLY OMITTED FROM TRUSTS Being an Attorney that concentrates on all aspects of Probate matters, my office has come up with a list of the forgotten assets that are most commonly omitted from trust funding. That is, these assets are frequently found after death titled in individual names rather than being properly titled to the decedent’s trust. In some cases they can be cleared up by small estate affidavit, under $150,000 probate successions, Heggstad petitions and in some … Continued
Small Business Legal Update – California Specific 2016 If you run a business in California you are probably well aware that the minimum wage in California is increasing to $10.00 per hour on January 1, 2016. In fact, a small number of cities in California are increasing the minimum wage even more. There is a ballot initiative to increase minimum wage to $15.00 dollars. If you are an employer or employee, this should be reason enough to get out … Continued
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Menifee Law Office | Menifee Lawyer is expanding After nearly five years in our present location we are expanding our office! We are almost doubling our square footage and constructing a better office experience for our clients. Once the construction is complete we will have more defined lobby, information center, conference room, and more office space. Please bear with us during the construction.
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