We help protect you and your family
Specializing in Estate Planning, Social Security Disability, Supplemental Security Income, and Elderly Law services.
Estate planning is one of our specialties that helps provide significant income tax, charitable and other benefits for you.
Advance planning for your estate ensures that your assets are taken care of in the way you want.
- Other types of planning include:
- Asset Protection & Business Planning
- Incapacity Planning
- Special Needs Planning
- Trust Administration & Probate
- LGBTQ Estate Planning
- Pet Planning
- Secure Act
Social Security Disability (SSD)
If you become disabled and unable to work, we will help you determine if you qualify for SSD coverage.
As a Social Security disability lawyer, James Dolenga will also inform you about the monthly disability benefits and health coverage for a deceased, disabled or retired worker’s disabled dependents.
Get the help you need when you apply for Social Security Disability
Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
SSI is a needs based program for individuals with little or no income and few resources. We work with you through the qualification process. Medicaid/MediCal health benefits may also be provided and we’ll help ensure you receive all the benefits entitled to you.
Families who have a family member with a disability must plan for the future very carefully. Our law firm helps families address the financial, legal and social aspects of a person’s life to develop an effective plan for the future.
We Look Out For You
Estate Planning has several elements to it that include all aspects of planning your future, protecting your legacy, and ensuring everything is taken care of.
Elder Law & Medi-Cal
IRA & Retirement Planning
LGBTQ Estate Planning
Attorney James Dolenga
Attorney Dolenga has successfully guided thousands of severely disabled clients in presenting their claims before the Social Security Administrations administrative law judges and numerous Federal district courts across the country. As a result of these efforts, his clients have been provided with the resources needed to support themselves and their families.
Sometimes clients will ask their estate planning attorneys whether it is legal for them to include a Right of First Refusal (sometimes referred to as the First Right of Refusal) on certain items or on property. The good news is that this is possible as long as it’s...
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Let’s start with the bad news first, when a person passes away, their entire estate (i.e., their assets, cash, and property) must go through probate. Probate is defined as the court-supervised process of distributing a deceased person’s assets. The estate can be...