Marc A. Bronstein

Attorney, CPA, & Master of Taxation

A Los Angeles County native, Marc relishes each opportunity to help his neighbors through legal, accounting, and tax-related concerns.

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Brett Wasserman

Attorney at Law

Brett’s passion for law was sparked when he found his own small business involved in a legal dispute. Now, he aids local entrepreneurs in avoiding legal complications of their own.

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We genuinely want to see you succeed.

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Legal Services

Sound strategies. Forward-looking advice. Lasting solutions.


Estate Planning

Wills and living wills, revocable and irrevocable trusts, powers of attorney, advanced health care directives — we’ll walk you through it all.

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Trust & Estate Administration

After being named the executor of a loved one’s estate, you may feel lost as to what to do next. Call us to set up an informative consultation.

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Business Law

Need help choosing a business entity? Preventing tax problems? Preparing employment or contractor agreements? Rely on our knowledge.

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California & Federal Taxation

From simple tax returns to complex tax liability prevention scenarios, we do it all. We work with both individuals and businesses on these matters.

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Real Estate Law

To protect yourself from future repercussions, don’t buy, sell, lease, or rent a property until you’ve had us take a look at the situation in its entirety.

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Areas We Serve

Again, our practice isn’t limited to Santa Monica. If you live in a neighboring city, we invite you to call for more information about our services.


A Word from Our Clients

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I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for all of your help these last few years... I don’t think I would have survived without your support.


Estate Administration Client
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My deepest gratitude is with you for your expertise in the preparation of my end-of-life documents. This is a difficult process for me so your kindness has been totally GREAT!


Estate Planning Client
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I recommend [Marc] without reservation as over the 32 years I have known him his work has always been impeccable, honest, correct and reasonably priced.


Business & Estate Planning Client

Frequently Asked Questions


Why is an estate plan
important to me as a homeowner?

By putting your house in a revocable living trust, you can save your loved ones from having to probate your estate after you pass away.

Have more questions? Get more answers.

You can learn a lot about any given query by researching the topic online. To streamline the process, we’ve compiled some of the frequently asked questions we hear from our clients. If you have more questions or are ready to take action, give us a call.

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Immediate relief. Long-term support.

Right now, there may be a specific question or concern keeping you up at night. It makes sense, then, that your immediate goal is to solve that problem and never look back. As your legal counsel, we fully support the “get it done” mentality, but we’ll do you one better — as we resolve your concern, we’ll take steps to prevent similar ones from occurring down the road.

Familiarize ourselves with your needs & goals

First things first: we need to understand your specific situation in order to customize a plan of action. Among the factors we take into consideration are whether you own a home, run a business, or have any special family needs. We know from experience that these factors can greatly impact any legal decisions you make today. We get all the facts so we can help you get the best results possible.

Collaborate to create a customized legal plan

Depending on your unique needs and goals, the next steps we take could entail setting up an estate plan, administering a loved one’s estate, laying out a clear business plan, establishing a business succession plan, or any number of actions to prevent tax complications. Regardless of what’s involved, you will be in the driver’s seat; we are simply a resource to help turn your legal plan into a reality.

Keep the line of communication open

After working with us once, our clients know they can reach out whenever they come across a tax, business, or estate-related question. Want the same level of service from your attorney? Start by scheduling a consultation with us.