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At the Law Offices of Connie Yi, PC, I help individuals throughout the Bay Area preserve their assets, protect their families and lower their current and future tax liabilities. If you need assistance developing a comprehensive estate plan, help navigating the trust administration or probate process, or are involved in a legal dispute, I — attorney Connie Yi — help.

I also help individuals with offshore accounts come into compliance with U.S. tax laws while avoiding steep penalties and criminal liability.

For effective and efficient legal solutions, contact me. I am an experienced tax lawyer. Call my Alameda County law office at 888-312-6978 or complete the form below to schedule a consultation.

Law Offices of Connie Yi, PC
490 Post Street, Suite 508
San Francisco, CA 94102
Phone: 415-433-3350
Toll Free: 888-312-6978
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Pleasanton
323 Ray Street
Pleasanton, CA 94566
Phone: 925-484-0888
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Cupertino
19925 Stevens Creek Blvd, Suite 100
Cupertino, CA 95014
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