O.C. Estate Planning & Business Attorney

Providing Counsel for Crafting Your Legacy

Making the right moves when planning the financial future of your loved ones is highly important. How you distribute your estate will leave a lasting legacy, allowing you to provide for your family and loved ones even after you have passed away. We also understand how crucial it is to create legal provision for your business transactions and even litigation issues. This is why P. Arnsen Blakely has taken pride in providing exceptional estate planning and business law services since 1971.

Crafting Meaningful Estate Plans

When you come to our Orange County estate planning law firm, our goal is to ensure that you achieve your objectives with your estate plan, ultimately giving you peace of mind.

Clients can trust us to handle the following aspects of estate planning, among others:

A traditional part of estate planning is the preparation of your last will and testament. This document enables you to spell out exactly how you want your estate to be distributed. When you come to our firm, we discuss your estate and family situation and provide options for crafting the right plan for your future loved ones. We then prepare your will and other estate planning documents to ensure your wishes are carried out.

Should I create a trust?

A trust can provide flexibility in providing for your family and carries important tax planning advantages. They place assets in the hands of a party, a trustee, to be kept for a beneficiary before a death, the beneficiary comes of age, or funds have matured. Trusts also allow avoidance of probate, eliminating the time-consuming legal process for your loved ones.

For example, with a revocable living trust, you can create a trust while still retaining control as the primary trustee. You can then designate a secondary trustee to take over in case of your incapacity or death. One of the great benefits of trusts, other than probate avoidance, is their ability to minimize or even eliminate estate taxes.

Comprehensive Scope of Business Law Services

Over the course of 40+ years, P. Arnsen Blakely has become well-versed in an array of business and corporate law matters. Whether issues need to be taken care of as part of your business planning or you're currently navigating an enterprise, he has the comprehensive knowledge to provided assured and insightful support.

Our business and corporate law services include:

The work you do in your industry can be just as important and meaningful as the condition of your estate when you're taking steps to protect your legacy. No matter what your business or corporate law concerns might be, we encourage you to contact our offices and speak with our skilled Orange County business law attorney today.

Get the Representation You Need Today

If you have been asked to serve as an executor or administrator of an estate or are facing a disruptive business or corporate issue, don't give in to the stress. Our firm is here to provide the assistance and support you need during this challenging time. Our lawyer can help you prepare all legal proceedings and paperwork and are ready to stand with you if litigation is necessary.

Whether you are just thinking about creating your estate plan, have been given the responsibility to execute one, or need thorough business law counsel, be sure to reach out to P. Arnsen Blakely now.

Call us today to set up your no-obligation free case evaluation!

Contact Our Firm

Have questions? We offer a free initial consultation. Send us a message below to get started.

Send Your Message
Orange County Estate Planning Attorney

Office Location:

P. Arnsen Blakely
Orange County Estate Planning Attorney
1111 Bayside Drive, Suite 228,
Corona del Mar, CA 92625
Local Phone: 949.220.2492
View Map

Call for a free consultation

714.908.4230

Follow Us On:

The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.