MISSION:To provide clients with a quality, personal and caring, Estate, Medi-Cal planning, general legal and bankruptcy resource. Services include Living Trusts, Wills, Special Needs Trusts, Trust Administration, Probate, Advance Care Directives, Living Wills, Durable Powers of Attorney, Irrevocable Trusts, Family Limited Partnerships, charitable giving planning, corporation and partnership formation and day-to-day business operation, criminal defense, and simple and complex bankruptcy matters.
My goal is to provide you with comfortable atmosphere in which to discuss issues important to you and your family; and to provide you the information you need to make a fully informed decisions for you and your families future.
To meet this goal I provide a free initial interview in my office or on the phone where we can discuss your circumstances and personal goals and needs.
About David J. Heaslett:David is an attorney licenced to practice in the State of California, and before the Federal Courts, since 1974. David graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, and Cum Laude from the University of San Diego School of Law in 1974. David practiced law in Monterey County from 1974 to 1995, focused primarily in complex Bankruptcy cases and then moved to Plumas County in 1995. Davidís bankruptcy experience includes representation of debtors and creditors in Chapters 7, 9, 11, 12 and 13. David has represented hospital districts in Inyo, Humboldt, Sierra, Fresno and Plumas Counties and provided advice leading to confirmation of their Chapter 9 plans.
Davidís local practice focuses on the legal needs of the residents of Plumas and Sierra Counties, including estate planning, the preparation of wills and trusts; the formation of appropriate business entities, corporations, LLCs, or limited partnerships; real estate issues, including the sale or purchase of businesses, and criminal defense. David has provided legal advice and services to water companies, community service districts, hospital districts, and water districts. David has been the Plumas Superior Court Mediator in Small Claims and Unlawful Detainer matters, a Public Defender, and special Deputy District Attorney. David believes strongly that an attorneys responsibility to the client is to provide ethical, timely, solution oriented, cost effective dispute resolution, legal services.
David has always been involved in his community, in Monterey County, as a member of the Fish and Game Commission, on the vestry of Good Shepard Episcopal Church, and on non-profit foundations, and in Plumas County as a board member on the hospital board and foundation, homeowners association, water company, community service district and other non-profit corporations and foundations.