We Answer Some Frequently Asked Questions About Estate Planning
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Should we wait to schedule a meeting until after our baby is born or we are done having kids?
No. You should meet now and determine when the best time is to execute your plan. Our estate plans can cover afterborn or adopted children, eliminating the need to wait.
What other areas of law do you practice?
We focus on estate planning, special needs planning, elder law planning, and business planning. If you need help in another area of law, we have outside trusted firms we can refer you to.
How long has your firm been around?
Meier Law Firm was founded in 2010. Prior to forming Meier Law Firm, Josh and Laura Meier worked at large law firms for several years.
Can you help with a contested will or trust?
We typically do not handle contested matters, but can hopefully refer you to another local trusted law firm who can help.
Can I special request an attorney?
Yes, you can.
Can I bring kids with me to your office?
Yes. Your children are always welcome here.
Do you offer meetings on nights and weekends?
Yes, but availability for nights and weekends meeting is extremely limited. Please call us and we will do all we can to find a time to meet that works for your schedule.
Where do I meet with you?
If you live in Orange County, you typically meet with us at our offices in Newport Beach. If you live out of the area or have limited mobility, we can Facetime or Skype with you. In some limited cases we can send a member of our team to your residence.
Does my spouse have to attend the planning session with me?
If you are married and planning jointly, both spouses will need to attend the planning session together.