We are here to help you plan an estate that meets all of your needs.
Privacy laws and liability issues have made it increasingly difficult for doctors and hospitals to discuss medical matters with family members – even a spouse or parent. Without an AHCD, you risk that it will not be your loved ones making decisions about your health care but rather the Courts or hospital.
The Kramer Law Group, located on the historic Miracle Mile in Los Angeles, was founded upon the belief and desire that the practice of law, while serving our clients' needs to the highest professional standards, should be as mutually enjoyable as possible. Attorneys practicing with our law firm have outstanding academic credentials, as well as experience at some of the most prominent law firms in the nation. Equipped with this background, we believe we are able to offer our clients the highest quality of work, along with the personal attention a client deserves and should expect.
The information on this website will acquaint you with some our firm's particular areas of practice including the preperation of Revocable Trusts (Living Trusts), Wills, Avanced Health Care Directives, and Probate. Our site has helpful atricles to provide you with some material for thought.
Meet Stephen Kramer
Stephen W. Kramer has been a member of the California State Bar Since 1976 and has practiced in the Los Angeles area for more than twenty years. Mr. Kramer attended the American College in Paris, USC (AB 1970) and UCLA Law School (1975).
Mr. Kramer's areas of practice have been primarily in various areas of estate planning and administration as well as business-related matters, mostly transactional in nature,. Mr. Kramer is founder and president of the Greater Miracle Mile Chamber of Commerce and has actively participated in and served on the boards of various non-profit agencies in Los Angeles over the past fifteen years including the Craft & Folk Art Museum, LAUNCH L.A., and The Odyssey Theatre. Mr. Kramer is also a panel attorney for the AARP (American Association of Retired Persons).
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