127 Aspen Dr., Suite 100, Pacheco, CA 94553
Conveniently located between Martinez and Concord
"More than legal services for the disabled and their families,
The Dale Law Firm, PC strives to provide Service, Support and Community Enhancement."
The Dale Law Firm, PC offers full service estate planning, with a focus in developing estate plans that involve persons with disabilities. These Estate Plans promote independence, while preserving eligibility for essential public benefits such as Special Needs Trusts and Limited Conservatorships.
The Dale Law Firm, PC believes that the best plan can be established with a "team" approach, working with our clients' advisors including their CPA, insurance professional or financial planner. We are members of the Wealth Counsel Estate Planning Attorneys with over 1,000 attorneys committed to excellence in all aspects of estate planning.
The Dale Law Firm, PC regularly offers free, no-obligation workshops to families with special needs, professional trustees, financial advisers, attorneys and other professionals to guide them in establishing and administering special needs trusts.
Many of the professionally focused courses are accredited by the California Department of Insurance and the California State Bar providing CEU’s for professionals responsible for trust administration. *These presentations are for education purposes only and not to be construed as a substitute for legal counsel.
Stephen W Dale, Esq., LL.M
is a recognized and respected disability rights advocate.
He spends much of his time attending disability rights activities, including legislative hearings and serving on boards and committees of disability-rights organizations. He is a frequent speaker on a variety of disability related. topics across the country, and is the recipient of the 2010 Theresa Award and the 2007 NAELA Powley Award recognizing him as a leader in his community in promoting a greater understanding of the rights and needs of elders and persons with special needs and of how elder law attorneys advocate for those rights.