Whether your estate is small or large, we will help you build the proper plan that is suitable to your needs.  An initial consultation will allow you to get to know the attorney and will provide you with general legal information, which is not the same as legal advice- the application of law to an individual's specific circumstances.  We will be pleased to provide legal advice on your specific situation after you accept and sign our attorney-client engagement agreement. Consultations do not include a review of your existing legal documents.

Compassionate Attorney

We have been providing quality legal counsel to families and individuals all over Southern California for 18 years. We understand that for most people, the first time that they meet with us is the first time they are dealing with preparing an estate plan, administering a Trust, or even meeting with a lawyer. Thus, we are known to do a little handholding, and explain how things work from a basic, educational point of view. 

Proper planning provides peace of mind.

122 E. Walnut Ave., Suite A
Monrovia, CA 91016
(626) 539-5283

The Law Offices of Kate Young

1791 Erringer Road
Simi Valley, CA 93065
(818) 710-6149

Virtual Appointments 

We currently offer appointments via phone, Zoom, or FaceTime.  We adhere to all social distancing guidelines and require face masks to be worn during all appointments.  Don't let COVID-19 stand in the way of preparing your will or trust.  It can still be done safely, and we offer various solutions to assist you.

Your Personal Counsel

Once retained, we are your personal and private counsel who you are welcome to freely ask any questions knowing that your matters are confidential and backed by a legal education and experience in California probate courts.  After your estate plan is completed, you will have peace of mind knowing that you have a place to return to for legal support in carrying out your important wishes.

Estate Planning  |  Wills  |  Living Trusts  |  Probate

Flat-rate Estate Plans

Valuable Experience

Some people forego valuable attorney representation in preparing their estate planning documents, which ultimately results in their assets going through the costly probate process at death.  This is completely avoidable if the investment is made in seeking proper counsel from the beginning.