Reliable Representation for Your Probate & Estate Planning Needs
Have you taken the time to plan for your future? Attorney Mitchell A. Port has four decades of experience assisting people in Alhambra with various probate and estate-planning needs. His compassionate representation has successfully provided peace of mind to hundreds of clients, allowing them to rest easy knowing their assets will end up in the right hands.
Compassionate & Personalized Legal Counsel for All Probate Matters
As a former Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Collection Officer, Mitch is well-suited to assist you with a wide range of probate and estate planning needs, such as:
- Probate Litigation
- Trust Administration
- Petitions for Probate
- Conservatorships and Guardianships
- Post-Mortem Tax Planning
- Removing Executors and Trustees
In addition to providing unparalleled representation in these areas of probate law, Attorney Port is exceptionally skilled in navigating tax controversies and conflicts. Our firm understands that tax-related legal issues can be overwhelming and confusing, which is why Mitch is here to provide personalized tax help in the Alhambra area.
We pride ourselves on our ability to communicate any confusing legal jargon into straightforward English, providing all clients with the clarity and transparency they deserve. As an experienced tax attorney, Mitch is available to appear in any IRS office in the nation, and has represented clients in tax controversy cases throughout Southern California.
Don’t risk leaving your estate in inexperienced hands after you’re gone. Our firm is devoted to carrying out your wishes appropriately, ethically, and efficiently. Call (310) 526-3433 today to schedule a free phoneconsultation, and learn how Attorney Port can assist your unique probate & estate planning needs.
Do I Have to Go Through Probate?
Because probate laws can vary from state to state, it’s essential to understand how the probate process works under California law.
Generally speaking, when you own a home (even if there is a mortgage), probate is required in the state of California. However, this does not mean probate is unavoidable. It’s important to seek the trusted counsel of an attorney to fully understand your options, and determine the best route to take based on your unique circumstances.
Here are two basic reasons you will likely need to go through probate in California:
- You own real estate
- A total asset value greater than $184,500
Although it is possible to avoid probate in California, there are case-specific instances in which the state deems probate is necessary. Whether or not you have a valid will or don’t have one, probate may be required. The intricate nature of probate law can be tricky to navigate on your own. Having a trusted Alhambra probate lawyer on your side can make a world of difference when it comes to this area of the law.
Our firm is committed to meeting and exceeding the expectations of our clients. When it comes to you and your family, you should never have to settle for anything less. Contact us to schedule your free phone consultation today.
“If you live on one coast and have a complex legal case on the other, you want a lawyer that not only has the knowledge and expertise to handle your case, but can make it as convenient as possible. I found that with Mitchell Port.” - Michelle F.
“My brother and I have been so fortunate that my father chose Mitch Port to create his Trust!” - Cathy W
Mitch is compassionate, extremely knowledgeable and professional” - Lynne
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