Two Generations Working To Ensure The Future Of Your Estate

You have worked hard to provide a good life for your family. Make sure they are protected even after your death by establishing a well-designed estate plan. Estate planning is important no matter the value of your assets. It guarantees that your wishes will be carried out and your assets will be distributed the way you intended.

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Gorini & Gorini Handles Estate Planning, Probate and Trust Administration and
Trust and Estate Litigation in Santa Clara County, California

Let Our Family Help You Protect Your Family

At Gorini & Gorini, LLP, our founder, Richard Gorini, has devoted his entire law practice to working with clients to help them carry on their legacy via trust and estate planning, administration, and litigation for over 40 years. His experience, knowledge, and dedication to clients guides our firm’s approach to handling these matters.

Robert Gorini and Michael Gorini, two of his sons, have joined him at the firm and provide the continuity and security families and individuals look for when selecting an attorney to assist them in planning for the future.

Together, Richard, Robert, and Michael assist clients who are administering an estate or who believe they need to litigate a claim to protect their rights.

State Bar Of California | California Board Of Legal Specialization
ACTEC | The American College of | Trust and Estate Counsel
Rated By Super Lawyers | Top 100 Northern California |
Rated By | Super Lawyers | Richard A. Gorini | 20 Years
Rated By | Super Lawyers | Richard A. Gorini | Selected In 2024 Thomson Reuters
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Why You Need An Estate Planning Attorney

In a perfect world, families would always get along and want the best for each other. In real life, families can be complicated, especially when money or other assets are involved. A well-crafted estate plan can alleviate some of the emotional turmoil that can lead to acrimony and even litigation between family members.

A well-crafted plan will lay out in detail exactly how your assets are to be divided. A will is just one part of a comprehensive estate plan. In order to fully protect yourself and your assets, a comprehensive plan will also include a trust, power of attorney designation, advanced health care directive and more. These documents work together to ensure your intentions are carried out if you become incapacitated or die.

You Can Trust In The Experience Of Gorini & Gorini