Susan A. Katzen

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Susan A. Katzen

Law Office of Susan A. Katzen

5000 Birch Street
Suite 9600
Newport Beach, CA 92660
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Susan A. Katzen is dedicated to providing comprehensive, highly personalized estate planning counsel to couples, families and individuals. Susan serves her clients by first listening closely to their goals, dreams and fears; she then uses her knowledge and experience to develop superior plans that address these wishes and concerns. Susan is committed to helping her clients understand that an effective estate plan doesn't just save tax dollars, but also provides the peace of mind that comes from knowing their needs and those of their loved ones are protected. With a husband and three children of her own, Susan has experienced the value of this peace of mind first-hand. 

Susan received her undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin La-Crosse in 1975, and her law degree from Western State University College of Law in 1978.

Susan has been practicing law for more than 35 years. She was admitted to the California State Bar in 1978 and began her private practice focusing on personal injury litigation and estate planning. Her private practice in Newport Beach is now limited exclusively to the area of estate planning, special needs trusts, trust administration, pet trusts and probate.

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