Thursday, November 17, 2016

Claudia Vyhmeister, Real Estate Agent. Spanish speaker.



Specializing in the Counties of Placer, Sacramento, Yolo, Yuba and El Dorado.

CLAUDIA VYHMEISTER Realtor® | BRE# 01393964
Direct/Text   (916) 765-9730eFax   (916) 865-3075


"Si, hablo EspaƱol"
 
2220 Douglas Blvd. Ste. 100
Roseville, CA 95661

Member of the Master's Club
Five Star Professional Award
Accredited Buyer Rep.
Foreclosure Specialist

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Things to Consider When Picking an Executor


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Things to Consider When Picking an Executor

The role of an executor is to effectuate a deceased person’s wishes as declared in a will after he or she has passed on. The executor’s responsibilities include the distribution of assets, according to the will, the maintenance of assets until the will is settled, and the paying of estate bills and debts.
An old joke says that you should choose an enemy to perform the task because it is such a thankless job, even though the executor may take a percentage of the estate’s assets as a fee. The following issues should be considered when choosing an executor for one's estate.

Competency: The executor of an estate will be going through financial and legal documents and transferring documents from the testator to the beneficiaries. If there are legal proceedings, the executor must make all necessary court appearances. There is no requirement that a testator has any financial or legal training, but familiarity with these areas does avoid the intimidation felt by lay people, and potentially saves money on professional fees.

Trustworthiness: The signature of an executor is equivalent to that of the testator of an estate. The executor has full control over all of an estate’s assets. He or she will be required to go through all of the papers of the deceased to confirm what assets are available to be distributed. The temptation to transfer assets into the executor's own name always exists, particularly when there is a large estate. It is important to choose a person with integrity who will resist this temptation. It makes sense to utilize an individual who is an heir to fill the role to alleviate this concern.

Availability: The work of collecting rents, maintaining the property, and paying debts can take more than a few hours a week. Selecting an executor with significant obligations to work or family may cause problems if he or she does not have the time available to devote to the task. If an executor must travel great distances to address issues that arise, there will be more of a time commitment necessary, not to mention greater expenses for the estate.

Family dynamics: Selection of the wrong person to act as executor can create resentment and hostility among an estate’s heirs. A testator should be aware of how family members interact with one another and avoid picking someone who may provoke conflict. Even the perception of impropriety can lead to a lawsuit, which will serve to take money out of the estate’s coffers and delay the legitimate distribution of the estate.




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2377 Gold Meadow Way, Suite 100 Gold River, CA 95670

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Things to Consider When Picking an Executor


Living Trust, Probate, Estate Planning  www.SacramentoEstatePlans.com
Things to Consider When Picking an Executor

The role of an executor is to effectuate a deceased person’s wishes as declared in a will after he or she has passed on. The executor’s responsibilities include the distribution of assets, according to the will, the maintenance of assets until the will is settled, and the paying of estate bills and debts.
An old joke says that you should choose an enemy to perform the task because it is such a thankless job, even though the executor may take a percentage of the estate’s assets as a fee. The following issues should be considered when choosing an executor for one's estate.

Competency: The executor of an estate will be going through financial and legal documents and transferring documents from the testator to the beneficiaries. If there are legal proceedings, the executor must make all necessary court appearances. There is no requirement that a testator has any financial or legal training, but familiarity with these areas does avoid the intimidation felt by lay people, and potentially saves money on professional fees.

Trustworthiness: The signature of an executor is equivalent to that of the testator of an estate. The executor has full control over all of an estate’s assets. He or she will be required to go through all of the papers of the deceased to confirm what assets are available to be distributed. The temptation to transfer assets into the executor's own name always exists, particularly when there is a large estate. It is important to choose a person with integrity who will resist this temptation. It makes sense to utilize an individual who is an heir to fill the role to alleviate this concern.

Availability: The work of collecting rents, maintaining the property, and paying debts can take more than a few hours a week. Selecting an executor with significant obligations to work or family may cause problems if he or she does not have the time available to devote to the task. If an executor must travel great distances to address issues that arise, there will be more of a time commitment necessary, not to mention greater expenses for the estate.

Family dynamics: Selection of the wrong person to act as executor can create resentment and hostility among an estate’s heirs. A testator should be aware of how family members interact with one another and avoid picking someone who may provoke conflict. Even the perception of impropriety can lead to a lawsuit, which will serve to take money out of the estate’s coffers and delay the legitimate distribution of the estate.




www.SacramentoEstatePlans.com
2377 Gold Meadow Way, Suite 100 Gold River, CA 95670

__________________________________________________________________

Sacramento, California, Wills,  Trusts, Attorney Lawyer Law, Law office of Joan Medeiros, probate, elder law, medical planning, medi-cal,asset,protection,planning, Estate Planning, Attorney, Lawyer, Law Firm, Sacramento county Probate, Estate Administration

Monday, October 3, 2016

How to make a video a edit in your smartphone.

How to make a video and edit it in your smartphone.

What hardware do you need?  What software do you need?
If your cellphone has a camera probably you can shoot a video with a Selfie stick to hold your phone.

There are a few options from a simple $9.99 stick to a $19.99 tripod and remote bluetooh all in one piece.  The first hands free bluetooth selfie stick that comes with a tripode inside, so no need for a separate tripod.





Or you can get the one that it is also an extendable selfie stick with bluetooth(33 feet) and tripod that you can also use with tablets(iPad 2, 3, 4, Air, Air2, iPad Mini 1st, 2, 3, Samsung Galaxy S7, S6, S5, S4, S3, Note 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, Nexus 6, 5, 4, HTC One, One 2 and Most Cell Phone Tab, Tab 2, 3, 4, Pro); Smartphones: Apple iPhone 7 6 6 Plus 5S 5C 5 4S 4, Samsung Galaxy S6 S5 S4 S3 S2, Note 4 3 2, LG G3 G2; Video Cameras: GoPro Hero 4 3+ 3 2, Sony Action Cam AS15 AS30V AS100VR AS100V AZ1VR AZ1, DSC QX30 QX1 QX10 QX100


With a dirty lens you get a poor quality photo; so, clean your smartphone lens before taking any pictures or videos.

Start with the exposure, which controls the image’s brightness. You can find the right exposure and lock it.

Light:  You want the light on your face. See position your lights in the reference below.  It can come from a window or artificial lights; just remember, soft light smoothes the complexion and softens wrinkles. Check the reference if you would like to know about hard and soft light.

Sound:  The cell phones have a built-in microphone that is pretty good if you are positioned close to the camera.  As you move away, the sound has an echo.



Reference.
What is exposure.
Position your lights.
Turn a hard light to a soft light






Thursday, September 29, 2016

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Friday, August 19, 2016

After 22 years California Notary fees will increase.

Last increase in Notary fees was in 1994.  Two days ago the Assembly Bill 2217 was signed allowing notaries to charge a fee of $15 to notarize a signature. Here it is the summary:
Assembly Bill No. 2217 CHAPTER 133
An act to amend Sections 8211 and 8223 of the Government Code, relating to notary public. \Approved by Governor August 17, 2016. Filed with Secretary of State August 17, 2016. LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL'S DIGEST AB 2217, Hadley. Notary public: service fees.
Existing law authorizes the Secretary of State to appoint and commission notaries public in the number that the Secretary deems necessary for the public convenience. Existing law prohibits fees charged by a notary public for certain services, including taking an acknowledgment or proof of a deed, from exceeding specified amounts. This bill would increase those amounts, as specified.

Some of them are: For taking an acknowledgment or proof of a deed, or other instrument, to include the seal and the writing of the certificate, the sum of fifteen dollars ($15) for each signature taken.  For administering an oath or affirmation to one person and executing the jurat, including the seal, the sum of fifteen dollars ($15).  For certifying a copy of a power of attorney under Section 4307 of the Probate Code the sum of fifteen dollars ($15).

There were 38 votes in favor and 1 against(Senator Janet Nguyen).  A justification for this increase may be the cost of living has increase 60% in the last 22 years.   According to the Bureau of Labor Statistic’s inflation calculator, $10 in 1993 has the same buying power as $16.56 in 2016.


Sunday, July 3, 2016

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