Firm Overview

Located in the heart of Orange County, The Law Offices of Gregory W. Cabo has been serving clients in Orange, Los Angeles, Riverside and San Bernardino Counties since2000. Attorney Gregory W. Cabo has been representing clients in a broad range of familylaw, probate and estate planning matters from the very simple to the extremely complex.

Attorney Gregory Cabo approaches every matter on an individual basis. He will work with you to develop a reasonable and result oriented course of action in light of your objectives and applicable law. Attorney Gregory Cabo will take the time to understand your unique situation and your individual needs to accomplish your objectives at every stage of your case. He has an in-depth understanding of the law, and will give you honest and straight forward advise regarding which of your goals are realistic and which of your goals are unobtainable. Attorney Gregory Cabo will counsel you so that you will fully understand the law, your rights and your legal options.

At the Law Offices of Gregory Cabo, your matter will not be handed off to an assistant or otherwise forgotten. Attorney Gregory Cabo will keep you informed of the status of your case every step of the way. When you schedule an office appointment, you will meet with Attorney Gregory Cabo. If your matter involves going to court, arbitration or mediation,Attorney Gregory Cabo will make sure you are prepared and you will know what to expect. Your legal issues and options will be clearly explained to you and each of your concerns will be addressed so that you can make informed choices in a cost effective manner. Attorney Gregory Cabo is responsive and accessible to you. In most instances, your telephone calls will be returned the same day. In sum, your legal matter will receive the expertise and attention it deserves.

Gregory W. Cabo practices in the areas of:


Including legal separation, nullity, dissolution of a domestic partnership, child custody and child visitation, paternity, guardianships, child support and spousal support, property division, prenuptial agreements, pre-divorce planning, enforcement of court orders, modification of court orders and modification of judgments, Department of Child Support Services cases, and domestic violence restraining orders.



Probate, including estate and trust administration, probate litigation, trust litigation, creditors rights against estates, wills and trusts challenges, financial elder abuse claims, and probate related property law, corporations law and contract law issues.



Estate Planning, including wills, trusts, special needs trusts, revocable and irrevocable trusts, durable power of attorney and advance health care directives (living wills), and related property law, corporations law and contract law issues.


If you need legal advise regarding family law, probate or estate planning, Contact us

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