I just happen to have the greatest experience working with Steve Bliss in San Diego! Top notch wills and estate planning attorney!We have used Steve Bliss many times since 2009…
This is the first 5 star review I’ve given and I don’t hand out 5 stars like its candy on Halloween but Steven Bliss EARNED this review. He is honest, trustworthy, direct….THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!
Free Initial Consultation With Steven F. Bliss Esq.
– Testimonials –
I have used Steven's services for many years through various changing family circumstances and I very much appreciate and trust his sage advice and clarity. He is able to explain complex legal options in simple terms and provide clear guidance and quick follow through with the requisite legal documents. I especially appreciate that when I have questions or concerns on my living trust, he is able to provide good guidance and quick simple adjustments where appropriate. If you anticipate a long relationship with someone you can trust, consider Steve.
After my husband and I got married in January, our first line of business was our estate planning to include setting up the family trust, living will, and durable power of attorney. It was kind of a somber process because you're thinking about what to do with your assets if one or both of us passes, but it is definitely needed esp if you just got married. We would recommend Mr. Bliss for your estate planning services. Also, ask about the Yelp discount!
– Why Us? –
Why Steve Bliss
I have been in private practice as an Attorney since 1991. My law practice is concentrated in the areas of Wills, Living Trusts and Estate Planning; assisting clients in Probate and Trust Administration matters; assisting clients with Chapter 7 and 13 Bankruptcy cases.
Estate planning is the process of anticipating and arranging, during a person’s life, for the management and disposal of that person’s estate during the person’s life and at and after death, while minimizing gift, estate, generation skipping transfer, and income tax.
Each U.S. state has specific laws in place to determine what’s required to probate an estate. These laws are referred to as “probate codes.” When a decedent dies without a will, they may be called laws for “intestate succession” or something similar. Probate is still required to pay the decedent’s final bills and distribute his estate, even when he dies without a will.