Andrea Patton, Esq.
For over 13 years Andrea Patton has specialized in the implementation of comprehensive estate plans including the planning and drafting of family trusts, wills, powers of attorney, advanced health care directives, marital property declarations, guardianship nominations, conservator nominations as well as funding of trusts. Throughout the entire process, Ms. Patton always work diligently and collaboratively with clients to ensure we craft a solution that meets their individual needs. Ms. Patton oftentimes work with our clients at their homes or other more convenient locations – so the process is as comfortable for our clients as possible.
Before Ms. Patton developed a specialty in estate planning she was interested in the subject long before law school. Ms. Patton graduated from UC Irvine in 1992 with a B.A. in English and went on to become a Paralegal in Estate Planning. Encouraged by the attorney she worked for at that time — she then attended Loyola Law School in Los Angeles and graduated in 1999.
Ms. Patton is licensed to practice in all California state and Federal Courts, and is an active member of the Orange County Bar Association. Ms. Patton is also active in her church and with her son’s school and boy scout troop. Family and relationships are very important to Ms. Patton. She truly enjoys helping people find the peace they desire in planning their family’s future. It is a joy for Ms. Patton to work with others to accomplish something as important as providing for their family and knowing that their wishes will be carried out even if they are not able to do so themselves.
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