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Morgan Law Group Announces Office Move and Addition of attorney Brooke Miller, Esq.
Morgan Law Group, a Newport Beach estate planning law firm, announces it has relocated and is expanding its current operation by moving to a larger office still in the Newport area. Effective immediately, the firm is now located off of Quail Street.
1500 Quail St. #540
Newport Beach, CA 92660
“We are so excited about the move," stated Darlynn Morgan. "Although our old location was great, we are looking forward to growing as a firm and a family in our new spacious office," she added.
In addition to moving to a larger office, Morgan Law Group and Darlynn Morgan, APC, the Partner in Charge, are excited to welcome estate planning attorney Brooke Miller, Esq to the family. Ms Miller, who has an extensive background in estate planning, graduated cum laude from Trinity Law School in 2001. While at Trinity, she was a member of the Trinity Law Review and served as Vice President of the Student Bar Association. After graduation, Brooke Miller served as a law clerk and office manager for a prestigious Estate Planning firm in Orange County, California. Brooke has sat on the Board of Directors for several ministries, and currently serves with Finally Home Foundation, which provides post-adoption support to families.
“We are extremely excited & honored to have Brooke join our team. With over 10 years of experience in Estate Planning, she has a zeal for protecting families through the peace and purpose that a good Estate Plan offers”, says estate planning attorney Darlynn Morgan, founder of Morgan Law Gorup.
For more information on estate planning and Newport Beach attorneys Darlynn Morgan and Brooke Miller, please visit our press page at http://www.morganlawgroup.com/
ABOUT DARLYNN MORGAN – California Will and Trust Attorney
Darlynn Morgan is a California Will and Trust attorney, and speaker. Darlynn makes it easy for your family to talk about and plan for tough subjects like money, death and taxes. Visit www.MorganLawGroup.com for more estate planning resources on how to make sure your family would avoid probate if the “unthinkable”