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At the law firm of Mortensen & Reinheimer, located in Irvine, California, we proudly serve the surrounding cities and communities of Orange County with comprehensive estate planning legal services. Our firm represents individuals and families in all aspects of estate planning and probate. Our top priority is to ensure that you are fully armed with the knowledge and resources you need to make informed choices about your estate plans and to implement those plans effectively and efficiently.

An Orange County estate planning lawyer at the firm can provide experienced and knowledgeable legal assistance in helping you safeguard the estate you have worked so hard to create and the loved ones and beneficiaries for whom you wish to provide. Our overriding goal is to ensure that your property and assets are well protected and that your plan is thorough, properly implemented, and developed according to your wishes and objectives.

Estate planning involves a host of legal tools and devices which can be used to benefit and protect your assets and delineate your desires in other important matters, including wills, trusts, living trusts, health directives, Powers of Attorney, and more. We also provide skilled legal assistance with matters pertaining to California probate administration and conservatorships.

We offer personalized one-on-one legal service designed for efficiency in translating your needs into effective legal documentation and implementation. Our highly-qualified legal team works to create long-lasting relationships with all of our clients throughout Southern California. We represent clients in Orange County, Los Angeles County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, Imperial County, San Diego County, and Ventura County. To learn more, click on any of the highlighted cities below.

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