As LGBT individuals, couples and families, it is essential that you understand and take advantage of all the legal supports available to you. As you form relationships, establish a family and aquire or transfer assets, you want to protect yourself, your property and your loved ones. The attorneys at Heritage Legal, PC assist individuals and families in Palm Springs and San Diego with Estate Administration, Estate Planning, Family Law and Bankruptcy matters.
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The lawyers at Heritage Legal, PC, assist clients throughout Palm Springs, Riverside County, San Diego County, San Bernardino County and the surrounding area.
Michele McKeeMichele L. McKee actually officially started with the board at the end of 2012. She is a managing partner at O’Kane & McKee, LLP, a Palm Springs-based law firm providing an interdisciplinary approach to addressing the complex needs of business owners and individual clients. McKee received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Akron in Ohio in 1996, graduating summa cum laude. While working full time as a civil engineer, Ms. McKee obtained her law degree from the Cleveland Marshall College of Law (Cleveland State University) in May 2002, graduating magna cum laude.
The Law Offices of Eric A. Rudolph P.C., is a Palm Springs estate planning law firm dedicated to providing our clients with the highest quality of estate planning services in Palm Springs and the entire Coachella Valley. Our mission is to provide individuals, couples, members of the LGBT community, and all families with experienced and reliable guidance in the areas of estate planning, trust administration and probate law. We recognize the uniqueness and diversity of our Desert Communities and take pride in creating an estate plan for each individual situation.
What is an Estate Plan?
You have spent your life building your assets. Establishing a solid and comprehensive estate plan will help protect them when you are no longer able to do so yourself. An estate plan allows you to decide how your assets will be handled if you become incapacitated and how they will be distributed when you pass away. Failure to have an estate plan can leave your assets vulnerable. We can help you prepare an estate plan that will not only protect your assets and allow you to retain full control over them during your lifetime, but also ensure your assets will be easily distributed to your loved ones when you pass away.