For over 50 years, Weinstock Manion has provided personalized, high quality services in estate planning. The breadth of services our Los Angeles estate planning lawyers offer has been carefully refined over many decades to cover the full spectrum of our clients’ estate planning, estate and trust administration and estate and trust litigation needs. As a result, relationships with our clients that may begin with the goal of transferring wealth in a tax advantageous manner, or resolving a dispute among beneficiaries, often last for generations.
Clients and their trusted advisors depend on our team of specialized attorneys and paralegals to implement creative and practical solutions to complex issues. Whether addressing wealth transfer and preservation, business succession planning, charitable planning, estate or trust administration, or litigation, we always remain sensitive to our clients’ needs. We invite you to explore our team and services, and to contact us to learn more about how we may collaborate to preserve your legacy.
December 8, 2016: Neil Solarz presents "Who is the Fiduciary" and "Revocable Living Trusts" at the Estate Planning from A to Z seminar presented by the National Business Institute in Sherman Oaks.
Weinstock Manion Recognized as a 2017 "Best Law Firm"
Weinstock Manion is please to announce that it has been named by U.S. News - Best Lawyers® as a "Best Law Firm" for 2017. The firm received National Tier 2 and Metropolitan Tier 1 rankings in the practice area of Trusts & Estates Law, and a Metropolitan Tier 2 ranking in the practice area of Litigation - Trusts & Estates - November 17, 2016
Settled! Philippe Dauman Out as Redstones Regain Control of Viacom
Jessica Babrick's article "Settled! Philippe Dauman Out as Redstones Regain Control of Viacom" was published by Forbes on August 19, 2016. In the article, Jessica discusses the settlement resolving various lawsuits between the Redstones and former Viacom CEO Phillipe Dauman, and the issue of possible undue influence in the case. Click here to read the article . - 8/23/16