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  • Summer 2017 Newsletter Meier Law Firm is now offering comprehensive Veteran estate planning services, including help securing the VA Aid and Attendance Benefits available to qualifying U.S. Veterans and their spouses who served during war-time.
  • June 2017 Newsletter Meier Law Firm is now offering comprehensive elder law services. If your parent is concerned about rising long-term health care costs, paying for living expenses, asset protection and preservation, medical care, or powers of attorney,
  • Spring Edition 2017 Newsletter Are you positive all of your assets are properly connected to your trust? Meier Law Firm will be offering a free Trust Funding Class
  • April 2017 Newsletter Spring Break is right around the corner and summer will be here before you know it. Don't let anything prevent you from fully enjoying your upcoming trip! Now is the time to meet with Josh or Laura to establish your family estate plan, or make sure the estate plan you have is fully up to date
  • March 2017 Newsletter Losing someone close to you can be devastating. It's even more challenging when you aren't sure how to handle everything, or what needs to be done. We can help when a loved one passes away, even if we did not set up the original estate plan, or if there is no estate plan at all. If you lose a parent, spouse, or someone close to you, call us as soon as possible at (949) 718-0420 for important information. We can provide you much needed legal and emotional support following your loss.
  • February 2017 Newsletter Did you know that Meier Law Firm not only helps people set up their estate plans, but we also have a full probate and trust administration practice to support and represent families and individuals after a loved one has passed away?
  • November 2016 Newsletter With the holidays right around the corner, many of us are looking forward to celebrating our favorite family traditions. But have you ever thought about having family “financial” traditions
  • September 2016 Newsletter Have you given any thought to how emergency medical care providers know who to contact or what to do if you are in an accident? Some people wear wristbands that contain important health information, such as drug allergies. But there’s an even better tool located in something many of us already carry every day—our iPhones.
  • April 2016 Newsletter Why we need this: Road trips with kids can quickly turn into feeling like a punishment for the parents rather than a vacation. The last time we traveled to Vegas, I personally got out of the car at Barstow and told the kids I’d rather walk through the desert than spend another minute in the car listening to them fight.
  • January 2016 Newsletter Dividing up your estate among offspring can be a tricky business. Remember what happened to King Lear.
  • November 2015 Newsletter Do you have a family member or friend who still needs to name guardians for their children, or has a child with a disability? Help them get started on protecting their children today by inviting them to an upcoming workshop
  • December 2015 Newsletter When it comes to family, money, and death, it’s hard not to feel emotional. And while emotion can be a great motivator for helping us act, it can also cloud our judgment or prevent us from making decisions that are best for ourselves or our loved ones.