Do You Complete Estate Plans Online? Yes! San Mateo County is where the majority of our firms’ clients are based. But by no means does this limit our practice area. While most of us know we need an estate plan, it can quickly fall off the priority list for a variety of reasons, one of them being lack of time. But, via our virtual estate planning services, through Zoom, you plan your estate without leaving your home or office. You can also expect the same high level of service you would if you met with us “in-person.”
Most estate planning issues ultimately require the help of an experienced estate planning attorney. Our services allow you to discuss your own family’s unique situation with a real, licensed, and experienced estate planning attorney. The value is simply not the same as using a Do-It-Yourself estate planning service. The Law Office of Mark Gullotta offers our services digitally, with no visit to our office required. During a virtual estate planning consultation, we can discuss your case, your location and finally, how Mark Gullotta, Esq. may be able to help.
Contact us to learn more about our virtual offerings, including the ability to gift estate plans online to friends or family members. Gifting an estate plan to someone, such as your children, encourages responsibility. In other cases, it simply helps out a friend that could not otherwise afford one.
The Law Office of Mark Gullotta
Based in Burlingame, California, Mr. Gullotta is a former chair of the Trust and Estates Section of the San Mateo County Bar Association. He has been practicing law for 15 years, and has represented individuals and families of all sizes. Mark Gullotta is a Who’s Who 2018 Top Attorney of North American Diamond Member.