Welcome to Oasis Law. Our mission is to help families protect their loved ones and to plan for their futures, with a priority on the needs of individuals who have special needs.
We provide legal counsel to individuals and families to take care of their personal, health, financial, and legal affairs so they can live with confidence and peace of mind. We advise clients to prepare for the What Ifs of illness and disability, the certainty of death, and the happy milestones of birth, adoption, marriage, and retirement.
We take care to strengthen family ties and give special attention to the needs of those whom our clients hold dear: the children, loved ones who are aging or living with a disability, couples and parents denied equality of marriage, LGBT elderly, veterans, single parents, blended families, and their labor-of-love business.
We provide legal counsel in the following areas of law:
- Estate Planning & Asset Protection
- Elder Law & Long-Term-Care Planning
- Special-Needs Planning and Advocacy
- Guardianship, Conservatorship
- Estate/Probate Administration
Thank you for visiting. We look forward to the opportunity to work with you.
Founder, principal attorney
See an interview with Seunghee on FCAT TV “Estate Planning for Two Generations”: Elderly Parents and Adult Children with Special Needs
Click Here to listen to an interview with Seunghee Cha on WHMP
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