Estate Administration

Probate is a court-supervised process for distributing the assets of a deceased person. Dealing with the passing of a family member or close friend is a difficult and disorienting experience. It is an emotional time filled with questions about what to do next, and who to ask for help. Fortunately, the law firm of Perez, Williams, Medina & Rodriguez is here to help, with caring attorneys who will assist you through this challenging time to reach the best possible results.


A conservatorship is when a person is given the legal authority and responsibility to care for another person, who is deemed physically or mentally unable to care for themselves. A conservator can be put in charge of a person’s finances, their well-being, or both.

Under a conservatorship, the conservator has multiple important responsibilities, and it is critical that conservators thoroughly understand their duties. Attorneys at the law firm of Perez, Williams, Medina & Rodriguez have experience helping conservators not only understand their role, but also navigate any legal issues that may arise.


Death is one of the few guarantees in life. In California, if a person dies without a Will, that person’s estate will pass according to a statutory scheme. Often, the distribution under law is inconsistent with a person’s wishes, so it is important to consider drafting a Will to ensure your wishes are carried out.

Call our office today to speak with a lawyer about a Will.