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San Mateo County Estate Planning Lawyer
Call Us Today!
(650) 273-9166
Call Us Today!
(650) 273-9166



My name is Mark Gullotta. As an experienced San Mateo County estate planning and probate lawyer, I understand the challenges and hard decisions you may have to make when constructing your estate plan. For more than a decade, I have been guiding my clients through every step of preparing for their future and the future of their family. I am privileged to be named in the Who's Who Directory of Top Certified Attorneys in North America for 2015-2016.

If you have any questions or concerns about constructing or modifying an estate plan or if you need experienced representation for the probate or trust administration process, do not hesitate to call my office today to request an appointment. I would love the opportunity to discuss with you what methods would best meet your needs and objectives.

I offer a free initial consultation or 

free trust review to get you started!

Estate Planning & Probate
The importance of a proper estate plan is rarely debated. However, many individuals avoid creating an estate plan and some even fail to draft one. Regardless of the amount of your assets or where you are in life, an effective estate plan can put the measures in place to protect your family's financial stability and provide a voice for your wishes in the future.
Insightful Counsel 
When thinking of estate planning, many people believe that it is only necessary for the wealthy. However, this grave misconception can leave assets vulnerable, put wishes for end-of-life care up for debate and/or create tension among heirs. Everyone, no matter the size of their assets, should have an estate plan in place to guard their financial interests.
Sometimes you may be called upon to protect the interests of a loved one after they are gone. If you are the named executor of an estate, you have a set of obligations and responsibilities that must be completed according state-defined rules and regulations. Regrettably, probate duties must usually begin while you are still grieving. The process can get especially complicated if another party contests the validity or the provisions of the will.
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The Law Office of Mark Gullotta

1001 Bayhill Dr., 2nd Floor
San Bruno, CA 94066

Phone: (650) 273-9166
Business Hours
Mon - F​ri:  9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sat - Sun:  Closed