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Sacramento, California, Attorney

At my office, I provide a variety of legal services to businesses and individuals throughout the Sacramento area, devoting a large portion of my practice to estate planning. I develop close relationships with my clients, helping them build legacies and formulate strategies for achieving personal and professional goals. More information is available about my services in the following areas:

Estate Planning

  • Wills, ranging from simple wills to those involving large and complex estates
  • Trusts, a discussion of the advantages and common types of trusts
  • Avoiding probate through proactive measures
  • Establishing trusts, drafting and transferring assets
  • Trust administration, management, modification, and repair of existing trusts
  • Powers of attorney, including durable powers of attorney and POAs for specific purposes
  • Living wills (advance health care directives)
  • Domestic partnerships, assisting members of nontraditional families and protecting the rights of domestic partners and their children on estate planning issues

Business law

  • Business and commercial litigation
  • Contracts and Commercial Leases
  • Business formation
  • Debt recovery
  • Local counsel for national and multinational companies
  • Corporate defense

If you need a will or have a question about a trust or living will, you will be discussing sensitive and personal matters with your attorney. As such, it is important to work with a lawyer who has the experience to protect your interests and who will understand your unique concerns. If you would like to discuss representation or have another question about my firm, please call (916) 248-4465 or e-mail my Sacramento, California, office to arrange a consultation.

Michael A. Sawamura, Attorney at Law

My Sacramento law practice, Michael A. Sawamura, Attorney at Law, focuses on wills, trusts and estate planning law in addition to business law and corporate defense services. My clients include professionals, government employees, small businesses, blue-collar workers and national corporations.