Advocating for the Community with Zealous Representation Since 1990
The Law Offices of Campbell, Clark & Vienneau takes great pride in the legal services and representation we can provide. Our attorneys have more than 60 years of combined experience.
Your legal needs matter to us. Our attorneys will work with you very closely to understand your case and to work with you toward the most favorable result possible. Call today for your FREE initial consultation on Social Security disability cases. Consultations on other matters, such as Estate Planning, Special Needs Trusts, and Conservatorship are subject to charge.
Call today for your FREE initial consultation for Social Security cases!
Areas of Practice
If you are suffering from a physical or mental condition that is severe enough to keep you from working for a period of 12 months or more, you may qualify for a benefit program for disabled workers known as Social Security Disability. This program provides you with monthly benefits covered by Social Security. If you want to see if you qualify or if you have been previously denied, call our office. Initial consultation is free.
Are you looking for experienced attorneys who can help you handle your estate planning needs, including a possible living trust, with integrated health care and asset management powers? Have you delayed integrated planning but know you need to get it done? Sandra Clark and Margarita Vienneau focus on estate planning, including living trusts, as well as handling post-death trust administration and probate matters.
TRUST & PROBATE LITIGATION
Our office is experienced in litigation, including prosecuting and defending trust and probate matters. Our attorneys are highly experienced in litigating disputes over a trust or a will. Whether you intend to prosecute a contest, or defend your own contest, our team of attorneys will hear your case. If you are involved in such a dispute, or feel as one is imminent, call our office for a free face-to-face consultation today.
special needs trusts AND MEDI-CAL
A Special Needs Trust (SNT) is a type of trust that is designed to provide a person with disabilities, assets which would enhance their quality of life, while enabling them to remain eligible for need-based public benefits, such as Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Medi-Cal. The beneficiary of the SNT remains eligible for such need-based benefits, due to properly placing non-exempt assets in a Special Needs Trust. These trusts are specially drafted; and when necessary, are also approved by the Superior Court.
There are different types of legal conservatorship, each with its own benefits. Knowing the differences between them is very important for your case. The Law Offices of Campbell, Clark & Vienneau have been helping individuals like you make decisions concerning conservatorship since 1990.