Legal Services Focused on Your Life and Your Legacy

Unlike many law offices in California that offer general legal services in many different practice areas, we have chosen to focus on one specific area of law. This has allowed our team to become leaders when it comes to estate planning, elder law, and other related legal issues. Take a moment to learn more about each of the different types of service we provide, and if you would like to schedule a consultation, please contact us right away.

Estate Planning

Estate planning is an important process where you arrange your affairs so that all of your assets will be properly transferred and taken care of when you become incapacitated or you pass away. Proper estate planning can help protect your loved ones from probate court, minimize the taxes your estate has to pay, and ensure your assets go where you want them when the time comes.

Trust Administration

Once an estate becomes sufficiently large, it is often necessary to set up legal structures to help protect your assets. The most common of these is known as a trust. Your assets can be placed into a trust, which can remain in existence long after you pass away or become incapacitated. If you’re unable to manage the trust yourself, our trust administration team can take care of this important task.

Special Needs Trusts

If you have a special needs child, regardless of their age, it is a good idea to set up a trust that is designed specifically to help ensure they receive the care they need after you’re gone. We can help you create and maintain a trust that will offer your child the protections they require.


When an adult is unable to care for themselves or make their own decisions, it will be necessary for the courts to appoint a competent person or organization to be a conservator. The conservator will provide the necessary care for the conservatee, and is legally obligated to act on their behalf. We can help get you appointed as a conservator, or identify the best person or organization to take on this responsibility for another party.


When someone passes away, their estate may have to pass through probate court. This court is responsible for settling an estate and ensuring that all the assets are distributed according to the wishes of the deceased. This is an often complicated task, and you need to make sure you have an attorney at your side to ensure you receive everything you are entitled to.

Elder Law

If you are elderly, or you have elderly loved ones, you will have specific legal needs that simply didn’t exist in the past. For example, you may need to set up a medical Power of Attorney to ensure someone you trust will act on your behalf should you become unable to make your own decisions. Proper elder care planning will help avoid any problems and ensure you are cared for long into the future.