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Frame and Frame is pleased to be recognized by our community as the Best Law Firm of 2020, as voted on by readers of the Pasadena Voice

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Frame and Frame is pleased to be recognized by our community, once again in 2020, as the Best Law Firm of 2020, as voted on by readers of the Pasadena Voice.  Each year, the community votes for local businesses that they believe are providing the most valuable services to meet the needs of our… Read More »

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Five Things to Know After the Death of a Loved One

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Following the death of your parent, spouse, partner, or other family member, it is difficult to do anything other than grieve and reflect on the memories you shared with them. This is the time to be with family and focus on your own emotional well-being, and yet there are countless legal issues that must… Read More »

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Do You Need an Adult Guardianship?

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Guardianship is a legal tool used to keep “incapacitated” or “incompetent” individuals from putting themselves in harm’s way. Typically, guardianship is applied when a person’s cognitive decline, dementia, or Alzheimer’s makes them incapable of caring for themselves. While an elderly person who forgets names easily, or even what year it is, may not need… Read More »

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Why Powers of Attorney are Necessary in a Crisis

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In a crisis situation, such as COVID-19, what happens if you or your family member is suddenly incapacitated and unable to take care of routine affairs?  Who will continue to pay your health care premiums, the mortgage, or other important expenses?  If you own a business, who will work with your bank or payroll… Read More »

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Five Myths About Living Trusts

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There is a lot of mis-information circulating about estate planning, which is understandable given how complicated this area of law really is. Living trusts, for example, are one of the most commonly misunderstood aspects of estate planning, but this should not stop you from creating one, if that is what is in your best… Read More »

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