My practice focuses on estate planning, elder law, probate court proceedings, trust administration, and business law.
My practice is dedicated to helping clients of all ages and family situation from traditional to blended to LGBT navigate through the difficult legal and personal issues that come with the areas of my practice.
I am happy to meet with you at my office in Encino. I also meet with clients in the privacy of their own homes and businesses and in my affiliates’ offices that are closer to you.
For elderly clients, I can meet as well as at assisted-living facilities, nursing homes, and hospitals.I serve clients in Southern California, particularly in the counties of Los Angeles, Ventura, Orange, and Riverside.
I invite you to contact me for an initial consultation, and look forward to meeting you in person.
Do you have an estate plan that reflects your current situation, desires, and assets? Have you named guardians for your children and chosen people you trust to make decisions for you if the need arises? Would someone in your life benefit from a special needs or life insurance trust?
Probate & Trust Administration
Are you the executor, successor trustee, or beneficiary under a will or trust? Do you have questions about your rights and responsibilities under a will or trust? Are you concerned that a loved one may need a conservator or are you a conservator?
Do you need to form, operate, or manage a limited liability company, corporation, or partnership. Do you have in place a business succession plan?
Latest Blog Posts
July 19, 2018 National Business Institute (NBI) Pasadena Sheraton Hotel Speaking on topics including: What is Estate Planning? Laws Governing Estate Planning Practice Tax Laws Common Goals of Estate Plans Basic Elements of an Estate Plan Key Parties in Estate...read more
What a lawyer must consider when setting up and/or modifying an estate plan. This encompasses changes based on the new tax code. What new technology (computer programs) are available to assist a practitioner when creating or modifying an estate plan? Finally, what...read more