The estate planning attorneys at Citadel Law Corporation are dedicated to providing top notch legal representation in all matters related to probate services and family law to residents around the California region. Our experienced legal team assists their clients throughout Los Angeles County, Orange County, Ventura County, San Diego County, San Francisco, and a variety of other locations throughout the state. You and your family can create the perfect estate plan while working with a team of dedicated attorneys at Citadel Law Corporation. Rest assured that you and your loved ones will be protected for many years ahead if you decide to work with our team.
Many clients have a variety of questions pertaining to how estate planning works in the state of California. Certain aspects that involve financial manners frequently require people to make emotionally difficult decisions that involve loved ones. In matters like this, an experienced estate planner with years of experience can help you work to resolve these issues, while arriving at solutions that suit the needs of you and your family.
A professional estate planning lawyer at Citadel Law Corporation specializes in probate services, wills and trusts and the disputes regarding them, beneficiary litigation, asset management and protection, assisting in minimizing your estate taxes, guiding you in the latest healthcare directives, educating you on power of attorneys, and establishing provisions for specific extenuating circumstances, such as special needs trusts or substance abuse provisions for members for relatives.
Creating an estate plan on your own is never a good idea. The complexities involved in the process can be difficult to apply and structure properly if you’re not experienced estate lawyer.
To schedule an appointment and estimate estate planning costs with an attorney at Citadel Law Corporation today, please contact our main line at (800) 662-0882 to get started.
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