Do you need an Advance Healthcare Directive in San Diego, CA? Call the Lawyer in Blue Jeans to set up your free, no obligation consultation at (619) 683-2545.
We have been providing Estate Planning and Probate law to San Diegans since 1976. It’s all we do! By focusing our specialization in this field of law, we are able to deliver superior legal advice while staying up-to-date on changes that could affect your estate.
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When you are seeking legal representation, you need a firm you can trust to do the right thing and protect your best interest. This is especially true when managing important assets such as your family's estate. Book a free consultation with us and decide for yourself if we are the right fit.
The Lawyer in Blue Jeans Group is a San Diego based law firm dedicated to providing first-class estate planning attorney services. Our staff consists of highly skilled and experienced attorneys, paralegals, and legal assistants prepared to assist you through the process of meeting your estate planning needs.
Blue Jeans Law is a philosophy of providing high quality legal services to people in a straightforward manner without the intimidating legalese used by many in the legal profession. Furthermore, it is the belief that we can offer our expertise to clients without the frills and unnecessary fees that deter people from seeking invaluable legal advice in the first place. We believe legal advice for your Estate Planning, Trust Administration, and Probate should be clear and transparent.
Book a free consultation to get your estate planning questions answered by an attorney. In the consultation we will help guide you to the right estate planning solutions based on your assets and unique family needs.
If you are unable to make health care decisions for yourself and do not have an Advance Health Care Directive, then a Conservatorship proceeding must take place for the court appointment of a conservator to make decisions on your behalf.
Having a properly executed Advance Health Care Directive will ensure continued management of your healthcare if you become incapacitated while avoiding unnecessary court involvement and excessive costs and fees.
If you or someone you know is in need of the above-mentioned legal services, please call our office at (619) 683-2545 to schedule a free, no obligation, one-on-one consultation with one of our experienced Estate Planning lawyers to discuss your legal needs.