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12 03, 2020

Coronavirus and My Office

By |2020-03-15T16:30:15+00:00March 12th, 2020|Law|Comments Off on Coronavirus and My Office

Coronavirus and My Office The Law Offices of Trent C. Marcus is committed to health and safety for all. Here are some of the steps we are taking: - The entire office staff is monitoring our health daily...we are not symptomatic of any illness. - We are respecting personal space and not shaking hands or [...]

1 01, 2016

California Revocable Transfer on Death (TOD) Deed

By |2017-05-29T04:57:24+00:00January 1st, 2016|Law|0 Comments

Starting in 2016, California Law (Probate Code Section 5600, et seq.) allows an individual to transfer real property at death, without using a Revocable Living Trust and without the time and expense of a probate proceeding.  A TOD Deed is revocable and must be recorded within 60 days of signing.  The TOD Deed does not [...]

25 11, 2015

Pass the Turkey and I’ll tell you about my Estate Plan

By |2016-01-03T00:29:31+00:00November 25th, 2015|Law, Life|0 Comments

During this holiday season, you will probably be surrounded by your family and relatives. And there is a better than average chance that you will all be present together for a meal, or two. During these times, why don't you get the conversation ball rolling by throwing out information about your estate plan? While it [...]

6 11, 2015


By |2017-05-29T04:57:24+00:00November 6th, 2015|Life|0 Comments

Today, I have been married to Tracy for 23 years. They have been good years. In fact, they have been my best years. Although the memory of that day in 1992 has faded, the resolve to love her is getting stronger. I think of my Grandma and Grandpa Marcus. They were married for, something like, [...]

23 07, 2012

The Store

By |2022-09-20T18:00:30+00:00July 23rd, 2012|Life|6 Comments

One of my favorite childhood activities was going to work with my Dad on Saturdays.  While my primary motivations were finding loose change behind the cash register, sampling all of the candy, and watching USC football on a small black and white TV in the back room, I learned great lessons about life and people. [...]

17 06, 2012

Wet Shoes

By |2017-05-29T04:57:24+00:00June 17th, 2012|Life|1 Comment

I grew up fishing in wet tennis shoes.  In my family, there were no waders, aqua socks, or water sandals.  I fished in the same shoes I wore to school and church, and doubled as my basketball and skateboard shoes.  They were usually Vans. Yesterday, I found myself traipsing through Colorado waterways in my Adidas, [...]

23 05, 2011

I knew it was a good idea

By |2017-05-29T04:57:24+00:00May 23rd, 2011|Life|0 Comments

This past weekend was a project weekend.  I fixed a cabinet drawer, a broken hinge, a garden fence, and a shower door.  Keenly aware that the shower-door-roller-accessory manufacturer had never measured my shower doors, I started the task hoping that the purchased hardware would do the trick.  Well, not so much.  But, at a pivotal [...]

29 03, 2011

A Hug From The Mailman

By |2017-05-29T04:57:25+00:00March 29th, 2011|Life|1 Comment

Yesterday, the mailman gave me a hug. I have known Art for 8 years.  We've shaken hands, given high fives, pounded knuckles; this was our first hug. Everyday he delivers mail, we discuss life...family, sports, weather, God, beer, home improvement, and Art's hometown of Whittier.  We've had lunch together a few times and he feels [...]

29 05, 2010

18…the big one-eight

By |2017-05-29T04:57:25+00:00May 29th, 2010|Law, Life|0 Comments

I used to joke that when someone turned 18, the best privilege was that they were able to buy lottery tickets. Now, I realize there is much more going on. If you are 18, or if you have a family member or friend who is turning 18, check out this great resource from the California [...]