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Welcome to Biddle Law

My name is Alex Biddle and I am the founder of Biddle Law. Please browse my website to learn more about how your experience with me will be a simple and cost-effective process.

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I am a thoughtful, hard-working attorney who was initially attracted to estate planning through love of family. My goal is to provide an unsurpassed level of customer satisfaction in order to foster a long-term relationship. The majority of my work is billed on a flat-fee basis—at very competitive rates—so you can proceed with certainty, knowing that you are getting a great deal. Other law firms bill exclusively by the hour, charging you hundreds of dollars simply for asking questions.

My price includes as much time as you need to ask me questions so that you understand your estate plan. I will also take time with you to fund your trust—i.e., make sure that the trust owns your property. Without proper trust funding, your trust will not do what you intended it to. Many law firms gloss over this point, and when the time comes to funding your trust, you are on your own. Not at Biddle Law.

Please contact my office today by phone at (650) 532-3470 or online for a free consultation and we can take important steps toward securing the future of you and your family.

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I understand that estate planning presents difficult issues for people to face, but the fact that you are reading this right now tells me you understand the importance of estate planning. Estate planning is a necessary process that will protect the financial security of your family and loved ones by allowing you to decide what will happen with your property and health decisions.

Estate Planning

While nobody wants to think about death or disability, establishing an estate plan is one of the most important steps you can take to protect yourself and your loved ones. Proper estate planning not only puts you in charge of your finances, it can also spare your loved ones of the expense, delay and frustration associated with managing your affairs when you pass away or become disabled.

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Estate Administration

When a loved one passes away, his or her estate often goes through a court-managed process called probate or estate administration where the assets of the deceased are managed and distributed. If the assets of the deceased were owned through a well drafted and properly funded living trust, it is likely that no court-managed administration is necessary, though the successor trustee needs to administer the distribution of the deceased's assets.

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Estate Litigation

A properly drafted will should clearly identify all beneficiaries and leave no ambiguity surrounding the intentions of the Testator. Unfortunately, estate planning documents, whether wills or trusts, do not always clearly reflect the intentions of the testator. Even if the language of the documents is clear, parties may have other reasons to initiate a lawsuit or object to a will.

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Probate & Trust Administration

When a loved one passes away, his or her estate often goes through a court-managed process called probate or estate administration where the assets of the deceased are managed and distributed. If the assets of the deceased were owned through a well drafted and properly funded living trust, it is likely that no court-managed administration is necessary, though the successor trustee needs to administer the distribution of the deceased's assets.

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Taxation

Without careful planning, much of your life’s legacy could be lost to estate taxes. While a simple will can provide for the transfer your estate to your loved ones, it does not have special provisions for advanced estate tax planning.

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Trusts & Estate Planning

Many people have preconceived notions about trusts and believe that they are only for multi-millionaires who wish to leave large trust funds to their children. However, this is far from the truth; trusts can be invaluable tools in the estate plans of millions of individuals.

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Real Estate Transactions

Buying or selling a home is the most significant financial transaction that many individuals undertake in their lifetime. While this can be an exciting time, without the proper legal guidance, the process can be frustrating, overwhelming and more expensive than necessary.

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Alexander M. Biddle, Attorney at Law
1900 South Norfolk Street
Suite 350
San Mateo, CA 94403

1027 1/2 Alameda de las Pulgas
Belmont, CA 94002

  Phone: 650.532.3470



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1900 South Norfolk Street, Suite 350, San Mateo, CA 94403
| Phone: (650) 532-3470
1027 1/2 Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont, CA 94002
| Phone: (650) 532-3470

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