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Any firm can help you
prepare your advance directives. These documents, such as your healthcare power
of attorney, give you control over the medical treatment you receive and
your end-of-life care.
Marty Burbank and the team at OC Elder Law are committed to making sure your advance
Advance directives are frequently unavailable when they’re needed
for a variety of reasons. That can add additional stress to an already
trying time. Our firm wants to make sure that doesn’t happen to
you, which is why when you complete your
estate plan, we’ll provide you with a membership in DocuBank.
Learn more about the benefits of DocuBank by calling our Fullerton elder
law attorneys at
DocuBank Emergency Card
The DocuBank Emergency Card makes your advance directives immediately accessible
24/7. Hospital staff can obtain your documents via fax or print them from
the DocuBank website. This service will also provide the hospital with
the names and phone numbers of your emergency contacts and physician.
The card also lists allergies and medical conditions to help doctors provide
you with the best treatment.
The DocuBank SAFE allows you to store all your estate planning documents
and digital asset information in one location online. This provides the
flexibility of having important documents accessible anytime, anywhere
in the world.
We include a DocuBank membership in every estate plan so that our clients
can have the peace of mind that their documents will be available when
they need them.
Marty Burbank wants to live in a world where children are healthy and safe, where seniors live without fear or pain, and where veterans are cared for and respected. Marty is a featured expert in estate planning and elder law by Forbes and was recognized by the Orange County Register as one of the 100 most influential people in Orange County. He frequently speaks about seniors, our military veterans, their benefits, and the legal issues related to their care and quality of life. Marty has ...
Erlinda Vasquez received her bachelor’s degree in economics and political science from Loyola Marymount University. In college, Erlinda was involved in many extracurricular activities, including the Harvard Latino Leadership Initiative (LLI). As an LLI Scholar, Erlinda partnered with Harvard Kennedy School to create a community service project in Los Angeles. She later received her juris doctor from Loyola Law School where she discovered her passion for elder law . During her first year of law ...
For more than 25 years, Attorney Bryce Letterman has provided dedicated representation to clients in a wide variety of legal matters. Mr. Letterman assists clients primarily with estate planning and probate . He also has experience in several other areas, including business and civil litigation. His decades of experience in estate planning have ranged from simple wills and powers of attorney through complex planning including Medi-Cal , asset protection , and strategies to maximize the after-tax ...
Tessa Gardner received her bachelor’s degree in international business from Pepperdine University. While studying at Pepperdine, Tessa played lacrosse and developed her philanthropic purpose as a member of Alpha Phi. Tessa later went on to get her juris doctor from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. During her time at law school, Tessa interned for the District Attorney's office in the Family Violence and Cold Case units where her passion for seniors' rights developed. Tessa then ...
Michael has practiced estate planning and trust litigation in California since 1981 except for the few years he took off to sail around the world with his wife on their boat Traveler. He attended USC for his undergraduate studies and earned his J.D. from Western State School of Law.