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At Natalie Phan Law, we focus on easing your anxiety when it comes to your estate planning process.  We will put you in the driver's seat and avoid leaving important decisions about your family up to your local courts.

Estate planning is not just for “the wealthy,” although people who have built some wealth do often think more about how to preserve it. Good estate planning means more to families with modest assets because often they can't afford to lose it. Let's start with these three key questions:

- Who will take care of my child(ren)?

- How will my asset be managed and distributed?

- Who will make medical and financial decisions if I'm seriously injured or sick?


A divorce can be painful, complicated, and expensive. With the help of an experienced and compassionate family law attorney on your side, we will help you navigate through the process and allow you to move on with your life.

We help our clients reach an amicable agreement and avoid a divorce trial wherever possible. However, if litigation is simply unavoidable, we will stand with you in court and protect what you deserve.

We offer our legal guidance and advice in everything from an uncontested divorce, contested divorce with litigation, and high net worth cases. When your children are involved, we will be there to help you deal with issues such as custody, visitation, and child support.


Child custody and support is a very complex area of law because children have many different expenses and needs. Your child's well-being is of the highest importance to you. Separation is a new phase of life, and different arrangements regarding custody and support may need to be made.

Contrary to common conception, a mother does not have more legal rights over children than a father. If seeing your children is important to you, the prospect of a custody battle should not deter you. A father has as much right to raise and nurture his children as their mother.

We help protect your parental rights and your child’s best interests during and after your divorce.

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