Heston & Heston in Irvine has two bankruptcy attorneys, Halli Heston and Richard Heston, each of whom has 40 years of practice experience. In addition, both attorneys are Certified Bankruptcy Specialists. Halli Heston also practices estate planning and probate. Richard Heston also handles family law and has been certified as a family law specialist.
Heston & Heston in Riverside has one bankruptcy attorney, Benjamin Heston, who handles primarily bankruptcy. Benjamin Heston is experienced in a variety of real estate matters.
Our attorneys' experience, expertise, and knowledge ensure that each of our clients is provided with the most effective guidance through the bankruptcy process.
Your attorney will help you to decide if bankruptcy is the right option for you.
Our bankruptcy services include:
- Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
- Lien Stripping
- Bankruptcy/Divorce Crossover Issues
- Ending creditor harassment
Heston & Heston specializes primarily in debt relief through Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy.
Estate Planning & Probate
Heston & Heston handles estate planning and probate matters, including wills, trusts, and related documents. Our focus is to ensure that your estate avoids probate and that it is distributed in accordance with your desires. Probate and estate administration can be necessary to handle the affairs of loved ones when they die. Probate is the court supervision of the transfer of asset titles when someone dies. While the process can be smooth, affordable and relatively quick, complications can arise. Probate can become unmanageable if details and formalities are overlooked.
The law firm of Heston & Heston represents clients in Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Los Angeles Counties and throughout the surrounding areas. Firm partner Halli Heston heads the firm's estate planning and probate practice. She provides effective probate and estate administration services based on more than 37 years of practice experience.
Halli Heston handles estate administration tasks such as:
- Notifying the governmental agencies as required by law
- Locating and gathering estate assets
- Paying off estate creditors
- Assisting with filing taxes
- Working to resolve estate issues
- Distributing estate assets to beneficiaries
In order to successfully represent the various interests involved during probate administration, a lawyer must fully understand the process. We represent clients such as family members, creditors, beneficiaries, spouses, trustees, executors, administrators and personal representatives. We provide advocacy tailored to their interests in the estate.