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Meet Our Attorneys

Experience That Makes a Difference

At our firm, you will be guided by experienced lawyers, paralegals and other staff who are sensitive to your needs. Our founding attorney, Paul D. Velasco, is certified as a specialist in estate planning, trust and probate law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization — a distinction held by less than one percent of all attorneys in California.

Each of our attorneys has extensive knowledge and experience in trust, estate and probate law. Our attorneys can draft all of your estate planning instruments, guide you through the complex process of probating an estate, help with the effective administration of a trust or help you to resolve an estate, probate or trust dispute.

Our paralegals have more than 35 years of combined experience in the field of trust, estate and probate law. Under the guidance and supervision of our seasoned attorneys, they are able to draft legal documents, prepare court pleadings, complete probate forms, provide litigation support and otherwise assist our clients in a timely and efficient manner.

Our team of attorneys and paralegals is pleased to assist clients with small and large estates. Whether you need complex estate planning and asset protection services, or simply need an attorney to draft or review your trust or will, we are prepared to provide the quality legal representation and personalized legal service you require.

To provide convenient and local representation, we now have offices in Long Beach, Downey or Irvine, California. To schedule a consultation with an attorney at our firm, call 562-912-2175 or contact us by e-mail

Key Practice Areas

Contact the Velasco Law Group for all of your estate and probate needs, including:

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