Burns & Hoffmann, Attorneys At Law
Burns and Hoffmann, Attorneys at Law, Specialize in Estate Planning and Tax Planning and Preparation. Burns and Hoffmann is comprised of Neil Burns, Principal and CEO of Coastal Wealth Inc., and Martha Hoffmann.
Martha Hoffmann specializes in all aspects of Estate Planning and coordinates with Coastal Wealth Inc. to fulfill client's Estate Planning needs.
Burns and Hoffmann, Attorneys at Law and Coastal Wealth Inc. are two distinct and separate entities. Burns and Hoffmann is not affiliated with Coastal Wealth Inc. or LPL Financial.
MARTHA A. HOFFMANN is a founding partner of Burns & Hoffmann, Attorneys at Law. Admitted to practice law in California in 1984, Ms. Hoffmann's emphasis is on estate planning, including wills, trusts, post-death trust settlement and probate, as well as preparation, review and maintenance of powers of attorney, property transfers, entity formation and lease and contract review. Ms. Hoffmann is active in Rotary and community events and enjoys playing golf, traveling, reading and time spent with family and friends.
Please contact Burns & Hoffmann at (949) 495-5558 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for details or to schedule a free primary consultation.
Carol A. Cline
As an Administrative Assistant to Martha A. Hoffmann, Carol A. Cline’s primary responsibilities are to ensure that all administrative and estate planning client support needs are met for Martha’s current and future clients. Carol joined Burns and Hoffmann in January of 2002. Carol is a notary public and continues to expand her legal knowledge. As a part-time student, she is enrolled in the Paralegal Studies Program at Irvine Valley College. Carol’s administrative, customer service and human resources experience was gained in various capacities employed at companies such as Gateway, Cabletron and Digital Equipment Corporation.
Jeanne L. Adams, EA
Enrolled To Practice Before the Internal Revenue Service
Coastal Wealth Inc., Burns and Hoffmann, Adams & Adams and LPL Financial are separate entities.