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  • Asset Protection
    • Asset Protection is the process of legally acquiring, growing, preserving and protecting assets from lawsuits, creditor claims, taxes, divorces, bankruptcy, or any other challenge. The process begins with an assessment of potential risks and a review of the client’s risk tolerance. It can include a reallocation of risk via insurance products through the repositioning of an asset in another entity or jurisdiction.

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  • Bankruptcy
    • Bankruptcy or insolvency is the state or condition of an individual, partnership, corporation, and/or municipality who is unable to pay their debts as they are or become due; and as such is entitled to the protections of the federal bankruptcy laws. Although bankruptcy is an option as well as a valuable debt management process, it is also not a cure for all debts. No matter what your financial state is, our bankruptcy attorneys can resolve all your financial concerns in this area.

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  • Conservatorships of the Person and Estate
    • Conservatorships are generally initiated for persons who are unable to properly provide for their personal care or manage their financial affairs. Additionally, conservatorships may be established by a family member concerned over possible elder abuse. Too often conservatorships arise where no estate planning is in place or where a dispute arises among family members. It is important to be represented by knowledgeable attorneys who are well versed in all aspects of conservatorships.

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  • Corporate & Business Law
    • Corporate and business law concerns all commercial transactions including entity formation, compliance, taxation, contracts, sale of goods, internet business, franchising, financing and venture capital, purchase and sale of companies, intellectual property protection, estate planning, real estate, and bankruptcy. Our corporate lawyers advise on all business structures including sole proprietorships, general partnerships, limited partnerships, limited liability companies, corporations, non-profit entities, and professional service corporations.

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  • Criminal Law
    • From tax evasion to DUI defense, whether you are a suspect or have already been charged, your rights need to be protected. Each criminal case requires a unique approach. Whether a minor offense or serious felony indictment, when you are facing an investigation or are being prosecuted, having experienced and aggressive representation is important.

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  • Elder Law & Medi-Cal
    • Elder law is an area of legal practice that places an emphasis on those issues that affect the growing aging population. Elder law deals with legal issues that frequently arise due to advanced age, such as incapacity and planning for medical care, including qualification for Medi-Cal. Our elder law attorneys focus on assisting the aging population in San Diego with implementing planning strategies as well as protecting the elderly and their assets from abuse.

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  • Employment & Labor Law
    • Whether you are a business owner, employee, or independent contractor, our experienced employment attorneys are well versed in federal and state labor laws covering everything from benefits and wages to discrimination and harassment. Our attorneys are knowledgeable and experienced in navigating the labyrinth of regulations and statutes pertaining to employment laws and can resolve any labor law issue that may arise.

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  • Estate Administration
    • Estate administration involves gathering the assets of the estate, managing the estate during incapacity, paying the decedent’s debts, accounting to the beneficiaries and distributing the assets that remain in the estate. When a person dies or is incapacitated, his or her estate needs to be collected, managed, and/or distributed. Our trusts and estates attorneys will guide you through the complex world of estate administration.

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  • Estate Planning
    • Estate planning is the process of anticipating and arranging for the disposal of an estate. Estate planning typically attempts to eliminate uncertainties over the administration of a probate and maximize the value of the estate by reducing taxes. The estate planning attorneys of our firm are experienced in drafting wills, trusts, advanced health care directives and powers of attorney. Estate planning is often used to avoid public court proceedings such as conservatorships and probate. 

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  • Family Law
    • Family law is an area of the law that deals with family-related matters and domestic relations. Our family law attorneys have advised clients on a multitude of issues dealing with marriage, civil unions, domestic partnerships, adoption & surrogacy, and child abuse & abduction. Our experienced family law attorneys regularly handle divorce, annulment, property settlements, alimony, child custody and visitation, child and spousal support, paternity testing, paternity fraud, and pre & post nuptial agreements. 

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  • Foreign Trust
    • A trust established in a jurisdiction other than the jurisdiction other than the jurisdiction of the Settlor (sometimes referred to as a “Trustor” or “Creator”) or the Beneficiary, as the facts dictate. Not all jurisdictions authorize the creation of trusts. Most jurisdictions that do are jurisdictions whose legal system is based upon English Common law.

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  • Guardianship
    • Guardianship proceedings are typically established by a concerned family member seeking to protect a minor. For example, if a minor is mistreated or neglected by his or her parents a guardianship of the person may be established allowing a court-appointed guardian to care for the minor. Additionally, a guardianship of the estate may be required where a minor receives an inheritance or litigation proceeds and the court requires the establishment of a blocked account. Our experienced trusts and estates attorneys can assist you with this complicated process.

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  • Immigration & Naturalization
    • Our experienced immigration attorneys can assist clients in obtaining temporary work visas and permanent resident status for foreign nationals, as well as becoming naturalized U.S. citizens, filing for political asylum, and solving problems with the USCIS or State Department that may have developed prior to our firm’s involvement.

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  • Litigation
    • Legal disputes come in all forms and varieties, from DUI defense, and contract and landlord-tenant disputes to more complex disputes such as business and consumer fraud, shareholder and partnership disputes, breach of fiduciary duty, employment actions, property disputes, and personal injury actions, to name a few. When litigation is unavoidable, our experienced litigation attorneys aggressively advocate for our clients.

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  • Pension & ERISA
    • A Pension is a retirement fund for employees, usually paid for or contributed to by employers as part of a package of compensation for the employees' work. In short, Pensions are funds which are intended pay future monthly income to a retired person from retirement until the date of their death. 

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  • Personal Injury
    • Personal injury is a legal term for an injury to the body, mind, or emotions, as opposed to an injury to property. Our experienced personal injury attorneys help individuals recover losses and damages resulting from, among other causes, vehicle and boating accidents, malpractice, negligence, unsafe products, work accidents, premises liability and workers’ compensation claims.

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  • Special Needs Planning
    • Special Needs Planning involves comprehensive financial planning for the special needs person including income, tax and retirement planning as well as estate planning. One of the cornerstones of special needs planning is the creation of a stand-alone supplemental needs trust which is a discretionary non-support trust with spendthrift provisions. Our trusts and estates attorneys have extensive experience which allows them to establish special needs trusts tailored to each family’s unique situation.

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  • Tax Haven
    • A Tax Haven is a jurisdiction, region, province, territory, state or country with favorable tax rates. Tax Havens levy no tax, or a low rate of tax. When used properly, they can be an effective tool to defer income and capital gains taxes. There is no way to legally avoid tax permanently on assets held in a Tax Haven.

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  • Tax Planning
    • The purpose of tax planning is to discover how to accomplish all of the other elements of a financial plan in the most tax-efficient manner possible. Tax planning thus allows the other elements of a financial plan to interact more effectively by minimizing tax liability while remaining compliant with current laws and regulations. Our tax attorneys and CPAs are adept at creating comprehensive tax plans that benefit you by avoiding unnecessary Federal and state taxes.

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  • Transactional
    • Transactional Law is the legal art of reviewing, interpreting and advising clients with regard to the applicability of the law to their particular situation. Transactional Law, encompasses everything that is not litigation. This is the proactive legal work that addresses issues that individuals and businesses deal with regarding planning, managing or operating their businesses or lives. This includes, but is not limited to, situations that require estate planning, real property leases or transfers, and all forms of contracts.

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