At its most recent monthly meeting, the OCBA Elder Law Section presented the Orange County Public Law Library with a donation in honor of its continued work and support of the Orange County legal community. The Orange County Public Law Library is dedicated to providing reference materials and research on statutes and case law, and supporting the legal community with the help of its highly knowledgeable staff.
Josh Ramirez (OC Elder Law); Michelle Lepich (McGonigle & Hunsaker LLP); Anh Nguyen (ATN Law Office); Albert Rasch (Albert J. Rasch & Associates); Mary Ruth Storer (Orange County Law Library); Christina McGonigle (McGonigle & Hunsaker LLP); Gisselle Amini (Mission Legal Group); William Wise (Legal Aid Society of Orange County); Brooke Weitzman (Public Law Center)
Attorneys Joshua Ramirez and Erlinda Vasquez, along with Assembly Member Young Kim, Fullerton Mayor Jennifer Fitzgerald, North Orange County Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Theresa Harvey, and other members of the community celebrate the groundbreaking of Morningside‘s new Pickle Ball and Golf Course.
OC Elder Law’s Marty Burbank and Joshua Ramirez present on estate planning and long-term care planning at Rowntree Gardens Senior Living in Stanton, California. OC Elder Law’s passion is giving seniors valuable information on how to protect themselves and their families.
Joshua Ramirez speaks to a group of seniors at The Meridian at Anaheim Hills on planning for long term care. Topics included Paying for Long Term Care, Veterans Benefits, Medi-Cal, and Estate Planning.
OC Elder Law, Dawn Winship with Pacific Advisors, J.P. Morgan, & BlackRock hosted a Financial Planning Event with special economic updates both on a domestic and global level. This is just another benefit we offer to our clients and community partners.
Part of our OC Elder Law Team. From Left to Right: Joshua D. Ramirez, Esq., Ericka Fidel, Julie Cary, Alicia Meza, Kim Raulino, Jennifer Boles, and Marty Burbank, Esq.
An excellent turnout at the Los Coyotes County Club in Buena Park, CA.
Orange County, California: Marty Burbank stunned the families of Orange County kindergarten children. The founding attorney of OC Elder Law pledged to the 26 children in the kindergarten class of Rio Vista Elementary School that he will pay their college tuition in 2032 – all they have to do is tell him what they want to be when they grow up. “I realize I’ve made a minimum commitment of $1 million when you factor in inflation rates,” Burbank shares, “but on a daily basis I work hard to provide seniors and their families with peace of mind. I love doing that and this is a continuation my ongoing commitment to the families in our community.”
“He was going to buy a boat,” managing attorney Joshua Ramirez continues, “but instead he decided to make the difference in the lives of kids in our community. He doesn’t even know most of them. That’s the type of person Marty is. That’s the real commitment our law firm has to this community.” Burbank and Ramirez work together OC Elder Law, an Orange County firm that focuses specifically on navigating seniors and their families to peace of mind in southern California. OC Elder Law just recently gained national attention with their full page spread in Forbes Magazine’s California Leaders in Law section.
Some of our Fullerton staff attended the sneak preview of the community renovations occurring at De Palma Terrace Senior Living in Placentia, California. Once such addition is a new memory care unit. We are thrilled that more and more places are adding memory care to their list of services as dementia-related diseases plagues seniors throughout Orange County.
Some of our Fullerton Team attended the PBS Frontline documentary community screening for “Being Mortal.” This film discusses the relationships between doctors and their patients with terminal illnesses. The screening was followed by a discussion with a panel of experts discussing “If you thought you were dying, what would matter most?” Thank you to our community host Villagio at Capriana in Brea, California.
Marty Burbank was recently honored as the YWCA 2016 Man of the Year for all of the hard work he does for his local community and empowering women. For more information on the YWCA and how you can help visit their website.