Moorpark is a city located in Ventura County, California. Founded in 1887 by Robert Poindexter, the city is presumably named after the moorpark apricots that grew in the area. The city has experienced significant growth since the late 1970s, and today is home to more than 34,000 residents. If you are looking for quality legal assistance with an estate planning, probate or trust administration matter, then you are urged to contact Pederson Law Offices for the knowledgeable and experience guidance and support you need. As a boutique estate, trusts and business planning firm, we are committed to delivering the highest quality representation that always exceeds your expectations.
Staying abreast of current changes in the law is important to use and critical to providing the best legal representation. We keep our legal skills sharp by attending continuing legal education courses and by maintaining membership with the acclaimed WealthCounsel, LLC organization. We value our relationships with our new and existing clients and keep in touch with clients to inform them of any law changes, or to modify estate planning documents whenever a client's circumstances have changed.
Our Moorpark estate planning lawyer, Steve Pederson has been serving the community since 1975 and his son, Grant Pederson has been working with him since 2003. With over 60 years of combined experience, our team is more than qualified to assist you. Our legal team also consists of a legal secretary, a paralegal (who is a certified estate planning assistant), and an office administrator. Together, each member of our team strives to provide thoughtful and caring legal advice, outstanding personalized service and continuing guidance at a reasonable fee. Should you seek out legal advice from our firm, you can be rest assured that you will be in highly capable hands.
Guiding Clients Through Estate Planning, Probate & Trust Administration
We focus on estate planning and trust and probate administration. Estate planning is for everyone and should be a part of everyone's overall financial plan. A comprehensive estate plan will consist of various legal documents including wills, trusts, powers of attorney and advanced health care directives. A properly funded living trust can help your family avoid the expense and time associated with probate court proceedings. However, before you establish a trust, it's critical that you speak with an estate planning attorney who will help you choose the correct type of trust for your assets and properties.
With wills and trusts, once someone dies either probate or trust administration will follow, or in some cases both may be necessary in the presence of a will and a trust. Both probate administration and trust administration are complex matters that should never be handled without professional guidance. We can guide you through every aspect of probate or trust administration to ensure that you carry out your duties flawlessly. By handling your fiduciary duties correctly, you can have the best chances of a smooth administration while aimed at preventing estate litigation.
Other Areas of Practice
Although our main practice areas revolve around estates, probate and trust administration, we also assist clients with business planning. If you are searching for a business attorney, we can assist with entity formations including LLCs, corporations, limited partnerships, private family organizations and more.
Estate law and business planning is serious business. We understand how delicate these areas are and how important it is that our clients receive the best advice, direction and planning services available. Our clients are our number one priority and their needs always come first. Creating a comprehensive estate plan will not only be of great benefit for you and your family, it can help your loved ones avoid the hassle and expense of probate proceedings. Whether you need help with estate planning, probate or trust administration or business planning, we urge you to give us a call.
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