Estate Planning

Do you need an estate planning attorney in San Luis Obispo County?

Estate planning is not at the forefront for most people’s minds, especially if they are healthy and are in their younger years. However, regardless of your age and health, if you have assets that you want to protect in the event of health complications or an untimely death, having your estate matters organized will help your loved ones better cope with the situation and also protect your assets from probate.

There are numerous things to consider when compiling plans for your estate. Should you get a trust? How do you divide your assets among your beneficiaries? Is having a will enough?

Receiving legal guidance from an estate planning lawyer can alleviate much of the stress from estate planning as well as help prevent financial and legal disputes that may arise after your passing.

How can the San Luis Obispo County Lawyer Referral and Information Service help?

Choosing the right lawyer to help with your estate planning can appear to be a daunting task as estate planning involves both your family and finances. That’s why the San Luis Obispo County Lawyer Referral and Information Service is here to refer you to the right lawyer for your situation. Our pre-screened attorneys can assist you regarding a myriad of estate and trust litigation matters such as:

  • Estate planning
  • Living wills and will drafting
  • Trust and trustee litigation
  • Probate and will disputes

When we refer you to one of our estate planning lawyers, you can be assured that the lawyer is in good standing with the State Bar and carries professional liability insurance. In addition, our continuous screening process guarantees that all of our referred attorneys are current with their respective practices.

Talk to one of our lawyer referral representatives today so we can get the right estate planning lawyer for you.

How does the Lawyer Referral and Information Service work?

Contact us so that we can refer you to an experienced estate and trust litigation lawyer. Fill out the Online Request Form or call one of our Lawyer Referral and Information Service operators at (805) 541-5502, Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 1:00pm.

After you provide information about your estate planning situation and pay a nominal $25.00 administrative fee, we will arrange a consultation of up to 30 minutes with an experienced estate and trust lawyer. When arranging a consultation, we want to cater to your needs. If possible, an appointment with an estate planning lawyer will be provided near your preferred area and around your schedule. Or, if you prefer, we will coordinate a telephone consultation.

You and the lawyer are not obligated to proceed with legal services beyond the consultation. If you find that your estate planning issue requires further legal assistance and you decide to hire the attorney to continue working on your behalf, you and the attorney will determine the fees to be charged.