California Estate Planning Attorneys
At Dana Whiting Law, our goal is to assist our clients in leaving behind a legacy they can be proud of without the worry and headache of figuring out Estate Planning in California on their own. Are you a California resident or someone that owns California assets who has asked one or more of the following questions:
- How do I go about developing the best estate plan?
- I don’t understand the probate process. How does it work?
- Who can help me with advanced tax planning?
- How can I ensure that I will be able to leave a lasting legacy when I pass away?
- What will be the best way to distribute my assets when I die?
If you have asked yourself any of the above-mentioned questions, it may be time to schedule an appointment with Dana Whiting Law. We have attorneys licensed to practice all aspects of Estate Planning, Probate, and Trust Administration law in the state of California.
Estate planning is not just important—it’s essential in preparing for your future and for the future of your loved ones. If you were to die without already establishing an estate plan, the State then decides what happens with your assets. More often than not, that means that the ones you love will end up with little or nothing of what you intended them to have. However, all of that can be prevented if you plan ahead so that you’re prepared for whatever comes.
If you are a California resident or someone who owns California assets and you are looking to develop an estate plan or need legal assistance with a probate or trust administration, we at Dana Whiting Law would be happy to assist you with any part of your Estate Planning, Probate, or Trust Administration process.
”At Dana Whiting Law we have always had attorneys licensed in California and we have done legal work for California residents with ties to Arizona or California, or Arizona residents with ties to California. We have now increased our footprint in California by opening an office in the San Diego Area. Due to the fact that both California and Arizona are community property states, Estate Planning is very similar in both states. This makes it easy to do cross border planning. But, California Probate Laws are significantly different, as are their laws related to Limited Liability Companies and entity formations in California. For these reasons, it is extremely important to have Attorneys not only licensed in California but Attorneys who are familiar with their laws and the distinctions between other state laws. You can now take advantage of our firm's extensive experience in Estate Planning in both Arizona and California.Matt Dana