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Planning for your family’s financial future can be quite the challenging task. While it is possible to do it yourself by obtaining the necessary legal documents, there are so many fine details that are easy to miss, which can cost your family dearly in the long run. The estate planning attorneys of Alice A. Salvo‘s law offices can clarify this process and make sure that your last wishes are carried out as you desire, even after you’re gone.

Plan Your Estate For Your Family’s Future

For residents of California, estate planning law firms are easy to find – but not just any Los Angeles estate planning attorney will offer the personable, down-to-earth service we provide. With Alice A. Salvo, estate planning law can be a simple and less time-consuming process, leaving you with more time for the things that matter in life. Whether you live in Orange County or Ventura County, estate planning attorneys from our firm are ready to help distribute your property among your heirs.

Experienced Los Angeles Estate Planning Law Firm

There are many other advantages to consulting with our estate planning law firm. Estate planning services not only becomes more clarified, but can help save your family money in the long run. While being represented by Alice A. Salvo, estate planning law becomes a means of protecting your family’s assets and inheritance. Our estate planning services in California can protect your wealth from costly matters of probate or a conservatorship. This can also be combined with state based medical care to cover any medical expenses you might encounter as you get older.

Estate planning law is more than just who gets what when you pass. By planning your estate for your passing, you set up your will, any living trusts, sign over deeds to your heirs, and determine power of attorney should you become incapacitated. All of this can be handled headache free at our firm by a knowledgeable estate planning attorney. California laws can sometimes be tricky to navigate. However, our experts can guide you through them. We would love to help ensure your financial security and make sure you are well taken care of in your final years.

Protect Your Family’s Assets

We understand thinking about the end can be morbid and a little depressing, but it’s important to plan appropriately. Arrange a meeting with an estate planning lawyer. Los Angeles County, Ventura County, Orange County and the San Fernando Valley are locations where we provide estate planning services. Being in one of these areas our estate planning law firm can protect your family’s financial future and it is well worth visiting us for a free consultation with one of our estate planning lawyers.

Our estate planning services provides appropriate documents such as:

Estate planning services are important for individuals as well as families. If you are entered in a domestic partnership, our estate planning law firm can help you customize an estate plan that keeps your individual and financial interests in mind.

Contact A Devoted San Fernando Valley Wills And Trusts Lawyer Today

To schedule a free initial consultation with a Woodland Hills estate planning attorney, call 818-676-9572, or fill out our short contact form.

You can be confident our estate planning law guidance is highly personalized. Alice A. Salvo is dedicated, a highly qualified estate planning lawyer, and is certified as a specialist in estate planning, trust and probate law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization. She has advanced legal credentials including a distinguished rating of AV* from Martindale Hubbell, a graduate law degree (JD + LLM in estate planning law) and incredible legal knowledge to benefit your family.

*AV®, BV®, AV Preeminent® and BV Distinguished® are registered certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used under in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Ratings reflect the anonymous opinions of members of the bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Ratings fall into two categories – legal ability and general practice standards.