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Sound Legal Advice
From Our Family To Yours

Whether you need legal guidance in your immediate future or in order to make long-term plans, Morris & Morris will provide the answers you need with clarity and empathy.

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Experienced Estate Planning And Probate Attorneys
Serving Southern California

A Family-Owned Estate Planning And Probate Firm

Are you seeking solid estate planning advice that can stand the test of time? Are you overwhelmed by the probate process?

At Morris & Morris, we will respond to both your current needs and long-range goals. Our family-owned firm of skilled lawyers has served people like you in Los Angeles County, the San Gabriel Valley of California since 1997. Regardless of your legal needs, we have the knowledge and skills to educate, counsel and guide you toward a positive outcome.

Our Practice Areas

Estate Planning


Watching Out For Your Interests, Every Step Of The Way

Whether you are planning for the distant future or facing the probate process after a recent and painful loss, we understand what you are going through, and we are here to help. We have the experience and knowledge to provide sound legal advice and the compassion to help you deal with sensitive legal issues. We never elevate your hopes without reason, and we always encourage realistic expectations.

At Morris & Morris, we have the experience, the commitment and the compassion you need from probate and estate planning attorneys. We want you to be able to call upon us for honest answers and creative solutions, for many years to come.

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Read Our Blog

Why would someone contest a will?

When a loved one dies, it can be a challenging and emotional time for the family and anyone who is close to the decedent. However, matters can become even more complex if there are disputes over the contents of the deceased's will among beneficiaries or other...

What is the probate process?

When a person passes away, their estate often enters a legal process called probate. This process pays the deceased person's debts and distributes their assets according to their will or California's intestacy laws if no will exists. Understanding the probate process...

Do estranged children have a right to an inheritance?

For many, estate planning is the ability to leave beloved children, a spouse or family members priceless family memories or financial stability after your passing. It also lets you choose where you want your money or property. Dying without a will in California leaves...

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