Covina & Temple City Attorney – Tony Tyre
Our firm in Covina, and Temple City, CA is led by Tony J. Tyre, a highly respected Estate Planning lawyer throughout the State Of California. Tony knows the law and will work with you to ensure your assets are protected for your family’s future. Tony is a member of the State Bar of California and a member of the U.S. District Court, Central District of California. His law practice focuses in the following areas: drafting trusts; living wills; estate planning documents; trust administration; probate; Medi-Cal planning; & conservatorships. Tony is a native Angelino, who attended UCLA, earning a degree in English. Tony then attended Southwestern Law School, and now focuses on estate planning in Covina and Temple City, CA.
Don’t underestimate the importance of having a solid foolproof estate plan prepared by a qualified attorney! Not having an estate plan may cause unnecessary hardships for your family in California at a time when they can least afford to have the hardship. Legal issues, court costs, and family friction can quickly burn through the family assets an estate may have.
Our law offices in Covina and Temple City will apply detailed focus and dedication required to fulfill the estate planning needs of our clients. Whether your needs are basic or more complex, our attorneys, Tony J. Tyre and Allyson S. Heller, will take a personalized approach with drafting your living trust, last will, power of attorney, advance directive, and other legal documents, ideally suited to your California estate planning needs. Our Attorneys at Law are experienced with assisting our clients with estate and trust administration, in additional to legal representation in probate court. We answer questions punctually and clearly, and your satisfaction and peace of mind are our priorities.
Please contact us today for a FREE consultation on estate planning drafting or probate in Covina or Temple City.
WHAT SAY MY CLIENTS:
– James V I contacted the Law Office of Tony Tyre. I had made an appointment to come in and speak with him in regards to my Dad and Mom’s trust and estate. I came in and met with Tony to go over the trust with him. He explained the trust proceedings, and how he works for me and acts in my best interest. He remained in contact with me every step of the way, from start to finish. He went over the trust with a fine-tooth comb. He would advise you if it would be feasible to fight for something and when you could throw your money away, but the last word is always up to you. Their office staff was very friendly and very helpful every step of the way. I couldn’t ask for anything better. They contacted the interested parties of the trust and went over with them how the trust affects them. I couldn’t be happier with the service and the personal touch that Tony and his office staff gave me. Thank you for all of your help.
It has been a real pleasure working with you. The staff are great to work with - knowing and efficient, and great dispositions. Wishing you great success and happiness.– Sandra L
Please know, that I most grateful to you for your many services and support you provided for me and the family on our needs. We felt in good and professional hands. As future legal matters arise, I will contact your for your legal services. All my best wishes.– M.O.
You and your associates have done a fabulous professional job for us. Thank you so much– Margaret G
Thank you both for all the work you have done on my behalf. You made a difficult time in my life a little easier knowing that the legal end of things would be handled by real professionals. Your kindness and attention to my feelings during this process I believe are not the norm, but certainly rare and I thank you for that.– L.L
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