A Healthcare directive answers one simple question. "What type of medical care do you want and who would you want to make medical decisions for you if you  were injured or extremely ill? 


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California Wills and Trusts Attorney, David Salvin, can help your family with all aspects of estate planning, administration including before and after a loved ones passing.

Health Directive

A trust, like a will, is a document you create to tell your family how to handle your estate after you pass away.  More importantly, a trust allows you to pass money and property to your heirs without a probate being filed. . . . .


​California Wills and Trusts

      Orange County Lawyer David J Salvin has practiced for 25 years in several Important Fields of Law including Wills & Trusts.  At our office you will always receive personalized attention for all of your legal needs.  David represents real clients - not numbers. Our main goal is to make sure our clients are well cared for.

     Planning for a growing family or preparing for a loved one's passing, can be stressful.  My primary goal is to make sure that your legal affairs are in proper order so that everyone is protected should a passing occur; and you can then focus on your family and healing.

      When you call, you will always speak directly to David.  David gives each of his clients personal attention without the the big firm runaround.  He will meet with you eye to eye and face to face - and be honest about the options available to you.

“I will always recommend you as the best lawyer. Thank you for your ability, competence, understanding and patient – you’re excellent.”   -Ken

“David, I wanted to thank you for all you time and efforts in regards to my past case.  If ever myself or other persons I know are in need legal counsel, be sure to know I would highly recommend you!” –Julie

I really appreciate you great work and support to get me through this difficult time.”  –Jeff

No matter what your age, virtually everyone should have a will. In its simplest form., a will is a document you create to tell your family what to do with your worldly possessions when you die. . . . .



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