Gullotta Law Group

Santa Rosa Estate Planning Attorney
The Law Office of Eric Gullotta is proud to serve the residents of Santa Rosa with their estate planning and probate needs. Attorney Gullotta and his full staff place a strong importance on effectively communicating with their clients as well as keeping them involved throughout the entire process. This way, the firm is able to reflect their clients’ needs into a binding estate plan or an effective course of action. From assisting you during the probate process to making sure that your valuable assets stay well-protected, the Law Office of Eric Gullotta is here for you. Call the estate planning firm to start your case with an exceptional.
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The estate planning firm in Santa Rosa aims to provide their clients with quality representation while working to minimize the fees and expenses that are involved. Being the strongest supporters of their clients, the Law Office of Eric Gullotta offer a free initial case evaluation to all of their clients. They also provide a flat rate to those who are in need of creating an effective estate plan. You can feel safe in knowing that the firm will continue to keep your best interests in mind while providing you with exceptional service for your needs.

Not only is Mr. Gullotta an exceptional attorney, he is also a licensed CPA with 15 years of experience under his belt. Unlike many attorneys who miss tax discrepancies, he is able to identify these issues before it is too late. Attorney Gullotta and his full staff can assist you with your case involving the probate process, estate taxes, creating important legal documents and protecting your valuable assets. If you are in need of sound legal counsel and want to get started, the Law Office of Eric Gullotta get best get you started. Contact the Sonoma County estate planning firm for the representation you deserve.


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Setting Up a Trust

Posted by Attorney Eric Gullotta on Jul 26, 2013 5:10pm PDT

Setting up a trust is a crucial part of estate planning as it can help you avoid taxes, avoid probate, protect your estate, provide funds for your loved one's educational purposes and benefit charities. One nice thing about a trust is that its terms are private (unlike the terms of a will), which prevents the public from peering into your financial life and the private lives of your family. Nowadays, trusts can even help protect the futures of your pets after you die! While setting up a ...

Advanced Health Care Directives in California

Posted by Gullotta Law Group on Jan 6, 2014 4:54pm PST

In California, you have the legal right to provide instructions about the health care you receive. You are also given the right to name another person to make health care decisions should you be unable to do so. These issues can be taken care of in an Advanced Health Care Directive. The California Attorney General's Office provides a form which can be filled out and executed which formally handles these and other health care issues. In Part 1 of the form, you name another person and an ...

Why You Need an Estate Plan in California

Posted by Gullotta Law Group on Jan 6, 2014 4:56pm PST

If you have any property or assets, even if that property consists of a few cars and some furniture, you have an "estate" which requires written documentation concerning how you wish these items to be handled should you pass away. If you have minor children, you also need an estate plan to take care of your children according to your wishes. Without an estate plan, your property and your children will be handled by the state laws of California instead of by your instructions. When it ...



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