Chula Vista, California
With a population of more than 225,000 residents, Chula Vista is the second largest community in San Diego. Chula Vista experienced huge growth during and after World War II. With the relocation of Rohr Aircraft Corporation to the area, Chula Vista's landscape was permanently altered, especially after the attack on Pearl Harbor and America's entrance into the war. Because so many of the servicemen and factory workers stayed in Chula Vista after the war, the area had to accommodate to this population and various schools, restaurants, and shopping centers were opened in the area. Points of interest in Chula Vista include the OnStage Playhouse and the Chula Vista Nature Center.
The courthouse that Chula Vista residents are covered by is called the Madge Bradley Building and is located on 1409 Fourth Ave in San Diego. The business office at this location is on the third floor and the courthouse hears both probate and family law cases.
Our office is located in Rancho Bernardo. From Chula Vista, take the I-15 Northbound and exit Bernardo Center Drive. We are located on the left in the Clock Tower Office Complex. Our firm is on the second floor of the southwest corner of the building. There is an elevator and free parking.
We offer a free consultation where you can come and discuss your legal matter with one of our educated and experienced attorneys. Schedule this appointment online or reach our office at 877-435-7411. We are familiar with cases involving estate planning, probate, wills, trusts, asset protection, estate administration, guardianship, living wills, estate taxes, charitable giving, irrevocable trusts, and revocable trusts. As members of the San Diego County Bar Association and San Diego County Better Business Bureau, we look forward to being your trusted local attorneys.