Stephens Law Group

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San Diego Estate Planning Attorneys

Stephens Law Group

Time is of Essence.

San Diego Estate Planning Attorney

An Experienced Attorney Who Satisfies Clients With Solutions

Estate planning involves not only the protection of assets, but also individuals who may be vulnerable to both financial and legal proceedings. Cases often combine legal complexities with emotionally charged issues.

Jack Stephens established our San Diego-based law firm to help clients take proactive steps to reduce legal proceedings costs and tax burdens through trusts and estate planning. The drafting of Trusts is not all we do in our legal practice. Family members suffering from disabilities or dementia require an equally dedicated approach in ensuring both safety and financial stability.



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Jack E. Stephens

Estate Planning & Elder Law


Jacqueline Isaac

Estate Planning

Why Jack E. Stephens?

At Stephens Law Group, our founding attorney will handle all aspects of your case. Legal matters are not passed off to a lesser-experienced associate or paralegal. For his clients, he serves as both an advocate and resource, providing legal information to them via his access to articles from the law library at his alma mater, the University of San Diego.

Jack E. Stephens spends time with his clients, getting to know them and their families. He builds not just rapport, but long-term relationships. He is a California lawyer who understands that complex estate and capital gains tax issues and probate coupled with the catastrophic nature of health laws can quickly drain an estate of assets needed to avoid a future of destitution. That level of commitment to protecting entire families has led to a multigenerational practice at his firm.

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At Stephens Law Group, we offer a free initial consultation for new clients. For the convenience of our disabled clients, we also travel to their homes or nursing facilities.


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