Effective legacy protection. Estate Attorney

Scott P. Schomer is a graduate of Boston University School of Law and is a frequent lecturer on estate planning and elder law issues, having appeared on local and national television discussing the importance of estate planning. His firm, Schomer Law Group, is a professional law corporation that specializes in elder law, probate, wills, trusts and conservatorships. Scott is a member of the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys, which has been recognized as a top legal source by Money Magazine and Suze Orman. Our firm has aggressively pursued remedies and recovered assets belonging to our elderly clients where unscrupulous individuals have taken advantage of the elderly because of diminished capacity or other impairments. Attorney Schomer is also a member of ElderCounsel, a national organization of elder law and special needs planning attorneys.

Bar Admissions

  • 1990 State Bar of California


Western Michigan Univ, 1903 Western Michigan Avenue, Kalamazoo, MI 49008
BS - Bachelor of Science - 1985
Boston Univ SOL, 765 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215
JD - Juris Doctor - 1990

Career Highlights

  • Super Lawyer - Super Lawyer - 2010 to 2016
  • Life Member - The Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum - 2014
  • Los Angeles Wealth Manager - Five Star Professionals - 2011 to 2014
Legal Resources
What is Trust and Estate Litigation and Can I Avoid It?
May 22, 2018 - Scott Schomer

Trust and estate litigation can become an issue for several different reasons. Not every dispute will necessarily lead to litigation in court, but there are some issues that are more likely to bring people to court than others. Whether you are facing litigation initiated by someone else or you are considering filing a lawsuit yourself, our Orange County trust and estate litigation attorneys are he

What Trust Beneficiaries Should Expect from Trust Administration
May 22, 2018 - Scott Schomer

As Orange County trust administration attorneys, we frequently receive calls from beneficiaries who have just received notice that they have been named in a trust. There are a few things that can be useful to understanding the process if you are a trust beneficiary Here is a guide to help trust beneficiaries through the complex process of trust administration.

Trust Administration and Timeshares in California
May 22, 2018 - Scott Schomer

The benefits of owning timeshare property are many. The majority of timeshare owners also wish to pass on that valuable property to their children when they die. However, timeshare ownership is not as straightforward as owning your home, or even owning a summer home. So, if you are considering establishing a trust as part of your estate plan, you should understand how funding a timeshare affect


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