Gregory W. Cabo – Orange County Probate Lawyer
Orange County probate lawyer Gregory W. Cabo helps families fulfill the complex legal and financial obligations that arise after a loved one passes on. Whether you are planning for the future or responding to the recent deceased family member, The Law Offices of Gregory W. Cabo will guide you through the legal process of winding up an estate in an efficient manner.
Estate Planning and Will Preparation
The fastest and most cost-effective way to wind up a decedent’s estate is to avoid probate altogether. Because Gregory has helped many families establish flexible, comprehensive estate plans with wills, trusts (including special needs trusts, revocable trusts and irrevocable trusts), durable powers of attorney and living wills (advanced care directives), he can accurately assess how California estate law will impact your situation and how best to plan for it. Gregory takes every step to prevent unnecessary probate administration, and that all assets reach the intended beneficiaries with the least amount of administration.
If a family member dies without a valid will or trust, probate administration is almost always necessary. California Probate administration is a highly structured process with complex procedures and critical deadlines for filing the petition for probate or related will contests. There are legal actions that can be taken to protect or assert your interests—but it’s imperative that you seek to retain a qualified probate litigation attorney as soon as possible before the statue of limitations run. Orange County probate lawyer Gregory W. Cabo is highly experienced in probate matters, including probate litigation and wills and trusts challenges and can assist you with swift and decisive action.
Probate administered estates can be complicated, drawn out and costly—the best time to contact a probate or estate planning lawyer is now. By consulting with the Law Offices of Gregory W. Cabo, you can reduce or circumvent the inconvenience of probate administration.
Call (714) 771-2227 to learn the next steps you should take for your estate planning or probate matter. Initial phone consultations are free of charge.