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San Francisco Estate Planning Law Office

At the Law Offices of Connie Yi, PC, we provide intelligent counsel and skilled representation to clients in the areas of estate planning and administration, tax law and probate. For more than a decade, we have helped people from throughout the Bay Area resolve issues such as estate and gift tax, offshore account compliance and estate planning and administration.

Our practice encompasses trust and probate matters and estate litigation, with a proven ability to handle cases of any type, including those involving high assets or high conflict family disputes. We also have the language skills to serve Chinese-speaking clients effectively.

Founding attorney Connie Yi is an accomplished legal counselor. In 2016, she welcomed to the firm Bobby Y. Lydon-Lam, an attorney with five years of experience in estate planning, administration and litigation.

Give us a call today to arrange a confidential consultation with a knowledgeable lawyer about your unique circumstances. In addition to our San Francisco office in Union Square, we have locations in Pleasanton and Cupertino to serve clients throughout the Bay Area.

How To Find Us

Our San Francisco office is conveniently located at 490 Post St. in Union Square and easily reachable via light rail transit:

From the north:

Light rail:

Take SFMTA/Golden Gate Transit to O’Farrell/Powell Street.

Walk about three minutes (0.2 mile) to our office.

Driving via US-101 S.

Follow US-101 S to Scott Street in San Francisco.

Go 5.6 miles.

Follow Scott Street and Bush Street to Post Street.

From the south (e.g. San Matteo):.

Light rail:

Take BART/Caltrain to the Powell Street station. Walk about six minutes (0.3 mile) to our office.

Driving via US-101 N.

Get on US-101 N.

Continue on US-101 N to San Francisco.

Take Exit 57 from I-280 N. Go 16.1 miles.

Continue on Sixth Street Drive to Post Street.

From the east (Oakland/Berkeley/Pleasanton):.

Light rail: Take BART to the Powell Street station.

Exit and walk about six minutes (0.3 miles) to our office.

Driving (via I-80):

Take I-80 W to Harrison Street in San Francisco.

Take Exit 2A from I-80 W. Go 16.9 miles.

Take Sixth Street and Taylor Street to Post Street (1.2 miles).

From the west:.

Light rail: Take SFMTA to the Powell Street station.

Exit and walk about six minutes (0.3 miles) to our office.

Driving from Golden Gate Park, via Geary Boulevard.

Head north on Arguello Boulevard toward Fulton Street, Go 0.4 miles.

Continue on Anza Street to Geary Boulevard. Go 0.6 miles.

Continue on Geary Boulevard to Post Street. Go 1.7 miles.

Turn right onto Post Street, go 0.8 miles.

A Justly Famed Area

The Bay Area ranks as among the most famed in the world. The widely known elements of the appeal are easily enough stated: a spectacular location around San Francisco Bay and a storied history.

This history features signature events like the Gold Rush, the counter cultural currents of the 60s, and a dynamic economy driven by the innovative tech industries of today.

The cultural diversity of the seven million people is similarly dazzling. The Census Bureau reports that no fewer than 112 languages are spoken here.

Cultural attractions include:

  • Golden Gate Park — A civic treasure and horticultural delight, with a conservatory, a Japanese garden and natural areas spread out over more than 1,000 acres.
  • Asian Art Museum of San Francisco — A remarkable collection of Asian art, with more than 18,000 works, some of which are thousands of years old.
  • Cable Car Museum — A vintage collection of historic cable cars, as well as photos and displays of a method of conveyance indelibly associated with San Francisco.

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