Have you considered what will happen to your car when you pass away?
With over 10 years of experience, our firm has established a system to help individuals and families put together a plan for their future and move forward. We are committed to taking care of your needs and helping you meet your goals.
Neal Barlett is a native of Simi Valley, California and enjoys serving in the Carpinteria area through his legal practice. Neal received his law degree from the University of Oregon School of Law in 2009, and is currently a certified Estate Planning and Probate Law Specialist.
Jason received his paralegal certificate from Oxnard College and now assists with estate planning, probate, and trust administration matters. Jason regularly attends CLEs and works closely with clients, helping them navigate the process with dedication and compassion.
With an estate planning specialist, we can explain all of your options and advise you on the best decisions to make for your future and for your loved ones. We utilize a wide range of estate planning tools to accomplish your family’s goals, including revocable living trusts, special needs trusts, retirement trusts, irrevocable trusts, grantor trusts, and charitable trusts. Whatever you are considering or planning, we can help you.
Neal does a great job explaining how things work. Very professional and I would always go back to Neal.
Neal interpreted what was going on, spoke to us in a way so we understood the process, and helped us solve the problem with our parents’ trust. Thanks!
I have worked with numerous attorneys over a 10 year period in my personal and business dealings, and after hiring Neal I am confident that he will be the only attorney I will work with on any future matters. On a scale of 1 to 10, he is a 10.
Real estate can take on different forms of ownership depending upon the number of parties and the unique circumstances involved. Understanding how your real estate is owned, or “titled,” is necessary because this determines the extent of control you have over your real estate, how susceptible your property is to creditors, and what will happen to it upon your death. ...