Serving Clients in Los Angeles, Orange and Riverside Counties
For over 16 years, we have focused exclusively on serving individuals and business clients in the Long Beach and Southeast Los Angeles areas. With an office in Cerritos, we believe it is our mission to serve our clients with integrity of heart, clarity of mind and compassion.
Our Practice Is Focused In The Following Areas
Real Estate law
Involves a wide range of areas of law. Our experience helps identify issues and to focus on and find solutions to minimize risk factors present when entering into a transaction; effectively solve problems when and if they occur. Our clients include individuals, and institutional property owners, attorneys, property/asset managers, etc. Our service include contracts, LLC’s, partnership, Leases, Mediation, Arbitration, Collaborative Law, Litigation, Title, Title Insurance, Residential, Commercial and Industrial evictions.
Services for owners and managers of residential, commercial and industrial properties include preparation of legally correct notices; service of notices; preparing, filing and service of unlawful detainer lawsuit; representation in all court proceedings; relief from bankruptcy stay; and money judgments. Use one of our notice templates in the resource section to start your eviction.
Family Law/Divorce & Custody
The practice of family law encompasses many areas that concern the family including but not limited to Spousal Support, Child Support, Child Custody and Visitation, Paternity, Community Property and Pre-marital Agreements. Parenting Plan template is available under the Resource tab.
LLC’s, Partnerships, Corporation, Formation of Business Entities, Dissolution of Business Entities, Preparation, review and dissolution of Contracts, preparation and review of leases.
This is a new way to resolve disputes by removing the disputed matter from the litigious courtroom setting and treat the process as a way to identify issues/concerns in a respectful manner and to assist the parties to reach an amicable resolution. As part of the collaborative law method, both parties retain separate attorneys to assist in resolving the process. No one may go to Court. If one or both parties terminate the Collaborative Method, both attorneys are disqualified from any further involvement in the case.
In Family Law, this is a legal process enabling couples who have decided to separate or end their marriage to work with their lawyers and, on occasion, other family professionals (mental health coach, financial coach/experts) in order to avoid the uncertain outcome of court and to achieve a settlement that best meets the specific needs of both parties and their children.
Peacemaker. Helping individuals and business organizations effectively solve problems/disputes between 2 or more individuals to reach a resolution or settlement without litigation. Disputants may mediate in a variety of domains, such as commercial, legal, workplace, community and family matters. Participation is voluntary and the process is private and confidential.
In addition to handling commercial litigation in the state courts, our litigation experience intersects many areas of our practice including probate litigation, real estate and divorce. With experience in mediation and collaborative law (alternative dispute resolution), our goal is an amicable and efficient resolution whenever possible, taking legal action whenever it is the best course to serve our clients’ interests.
Estate Planning, Wills & Trusts
Rather than complicate matters, our office delivers straightforward estate plans that are no more complex than they need to be to meet your present needs and future goals. We also engage in cost-effective probate administration and trust administration to distribute the estate as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Our office may assist you in evaluating your estate plan; we often work side by side with asset managers and financial planners to accomplish your goal. Your Estate Planning Package may include a revocable living trust, a pour-over will, a durable power of attorney for assets and an advanced healthcare directive. See our Estate Planning Questionnaire to get started.