We offer video and telephone consultations and meetings.
We are currently offering telephone and video consultations and meetings.
A will provides instructions on how your assets will be distributed when you die. A will won't avoid probate but will avoid the probate court making decisions on how your estate will be distributed.
Health Care Directives
A health care directive provides specific instructions about health care decisions in the event that you are unable to make decisions for yourself.
Transfer on Death Deeds
As of January 1, 2016, California allows the use of Transfer on Death Deeds as a way to transfer real property upon a person's death and avoid probate. Contact us to see if this is an option for you.
A revocable living trust can avoid the probate process. It allows property and other assets to pass to designated beneficiaries without the need for probate, which can be a long process and expensive.
As a successor trustee, you can retain our services to assist and guide you in following the terms of the trust and properly following applicable state law.
Power of Attorney
A durable power of attorney allows you to appoint someone to make medical and/or financial decisions for you in the event of you becoming incapacitated and unable to make decisions for yourself.
Probate is the process occurring after a person dies and their estate needs to be administered. If the person left a will, distribution will be made in accordance with it. If the person did not leave a will, then distribution will be made in accordance with California state law.
We can assist you with the process of having a court appoint someone to care for an adult who cannot care for himself/herself or manage their own affairs and does not have a durable power of attorney for medical and/or financial matters.
Litigation (limited - please contact our office for details
Legal services are very personalized and pricing may vary depending on your needs and circumstances. We offer flat fee pricing and hourly pricing. Please contact us for a free initial consultation.
We have office space in which to meet located in downtown Los Angeles, Pasadena and other nearby cities. Once you’ve engaged us, we are more than happy to accommodate busy schedules and meet with you via video, at your home, work, or other convenient location depending on the circumstances.
You will receive the value of speaking directly with an attorney and having the attorney personally prepare all documents.
Alexandra Prado Baxter
Alexandra Prado Baxter is Licensed to practice only in California.
Information on this website should not be taken as legal advice.
An attorney-client relationship will only be established after signing a written fee agreement from PraBax Legal.