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.
Blake Rummel listed as a "Top Litigator" by the Los Angeles Business Journal
Weinstock Manion is pleased to announce that Blake Rummel has been named as one of the "Most Influential Litigators in Los Angeles" by the Los Angeles Business Journal. - August 9, 2018
Blake Rummel Speaks on Buzz Aldrin Estate Dispute
Blake Rummel was recently quoted in Anna Sulkin's WealthManagement article "Star Wars: Buzz Aldrin Claims Elder Exploitation." In the article, Blake discusses the elder exploitation lawsuit filed by former astronaut Buzz Aldrin against his children, as well as how a competency exam could affect the case. To read the full article, click here. - June 28, 2018
Basquiat Sale Spurs Another Contentious Family Lawsuit
Beth Acevedo's article "Basquiat Sale Spurs Another Contentious Family Lawsuit" was published in WealthManagement on June 20, 2018. The piece discusses the legal dispute amongst the family of renowned art collector Hubert Neumann over the sale of a Basquiat painting. Click here to read the full article. - June 20, 2018