FOLSOM LAW OFFICE RANCHO CORDOVA PRACTICE AREAS

PRACTICE AREAS

Folsom Practice Areas

We offer customized legal solutions that take our client’s needs and objectives into account.

The attorneys at Mayer & Young, PC handle several practice areas of law designed to assist you and your family through various stages of life.  We are dedicated to our clients and our firm is designed to help you with your legal needs in a cost-effective and efficient manner.

If you have specific questions regarding the services at Mayer & Young, PC, please call us at (916) 631-1996 or email Heather Mayer or Kristine Young directly.

Family Law

Family law matters affect the most personal parts of our lives. When issues arise such as divorce or child custody, the way such matters are resolved will impact your life for years to come. Securing the resolution that you need requires effective navigation of the family law system. The family courts and their procedures are unfamiliar to most people. Skilled and experienced family law representation can help you build a clear strategy for securing your family law goals.

Estate Planning

At Mayer & Young, PC, we understand that creating an estate plan is not the easiest topic to discuss. Perhaps the discussion started after a major life change, like a birth in the family or a loved one’s move to a nursing home. Regardless of the reason, rest assured that our firm is dedicated to providing our clients with extensive resources to help you make the best decision for you and your family.

Probate Law

Many people find that the emotional circumstances surrounding the death of a loved one makes the probate process overwhelming. At the law office of Mayer & Young, PC, we understand the toll that grief takes on a person and strive to make this legal process as simplified as possible. We encourage people to ask us questions about probate and we will explain what, if any, legal assistance is necessary based on your individual case. Many estates are eligible for simplified probate procedures and we can help you make that determination.

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OUR PRACTICE AREAS

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Probate
Collaborative Law
Adoption
Estate Planning
Family Law
Mediation