a boutique Estate Planning law firm
Headquartered in Redwood City, California, and with access to satellite offices all over the state, Shafae Law assists clients to plan for their future and ensures that each client's estate planning desires are fulfilled.
Our firm specializes in all aspects of estate and tax planning, as well as post-mortem trust and estate administration. Shafae Law will guide you through the estate planning process in order to ensure that you achieve your goals—whether that is to provide for the care and assistance of your family and loved ones, to make charitable contributions, or something different altogether. Our trust and estate administration services are designed to carry out the terms of a trust expeditiously, or ensure an orderly and timely probate process. Regardless of the size of your estate or your reasons for considering an estate plan, we employ our extensive experience to formulate the best plan for you and provide you with uncompromising professionalism, attention, and care.
Unlike many other law firms, we pride ourselves in the transparency of our fees. We achieve this transparency by charging our clients on a flat-fee basis. We do not have an hourly rate, and all communications and consultations carry absolutely no charge. This way each and every client knows exactly what the costs will be before hiring us.
Please contact us to set up a free consultation and find out whether our services are right for you.
Areas of Practice
Estate and Tax Planning
Our estate plans are custom made for each client. We serve clients by drafting wills, trusts (both revocable and irrevocable), powers of attorney (financial and health care), and we use advanced estate planning techniques for clients with more complicated estates. We also provide clients with full scope advice and counsel to achieve their estate planning goals with the most beneficial tax implications.
post-mortem Trust and Estate administration
Losing a loved one is never easy. We provide full scope legal services to assist families and loved ones through the estate administration process, whether it involves administering a trust or moving an estate through the probate process.