Loung Law is dedicated to providing our clients with the highest quality estate planning documents, counsel, and resources.
Located in San Mateo, CA, Loung Law represents families and individuals around the Bay Area.
Our mission is to make sure our clients are comfortable as well as enlightened in understanding how estate planning and other legal matters work. We break down the complexities of trusts and estates into small digestible sections and walk our clients through the process step by step. Our clients will have the peace of mind knowing that their plan will provide the best results for their loved ones.
We are pleased to announce that Loung Law received the Gold Medal in Legal Services from Bay Area Parent Magazine’s Best of the Best 2019 Voters Choice Awards!
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1900 S. Norfolk St.
San Mateo, CA 94403
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If you want to control how your assets will eventually be distributed, then you need to plan for the distribution of your estate. Dying without a plan allows the state of California to make those decisions. Creating an estate plan, including a living trust, is the most secure way to ensure your wishes are followed and that your family does not have to go through the lengthy and costly probate court process. By having your affairs in order, from drafting a will to setting up trusts and drawing up power of attorney documents, you can rest easy knowing that your wishes will be honored. We are here to help.
The average person has little to no experience dealing with a trust and typically has many questions when serving as trustee for the first time. Many administrative tasks must be accomplished before successfully distributing the funds of a trust to the beneficiaries. Loung Law can advise you in administering the trust, which includes notifying beneficiaries, managing issues, and ultimately making distributions.
The underlying theme of guardianship law is protecting the rights and welfare of minors and incapacitated persons, and safeguarding their assets when they cannot do these things for themselves. The guardian owes specific legal duties to the minor/incapacitated person and is accountable to the Court for any action taken. If you are acting as a caregiver and you're thinking about guardianship, let Loung Law help guide you through such an important process.
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