Sabrina Tseng is a native of the San Francisco Bay Area, having been born in San Francisco, raised in Fremont, and educated at Cal and USF. Sabrina works closely with both individuals and families in the Bay Area to educate them, and create personalized and comprehensive solutions tailored to meet their individual goals and objectives. She is dedicated to helping clients develop estate plans to prepare for every stage of life, provide for and protect themselves and their loved ones, plan in case of medical emergencies, plan for their children, and avoid the stress, cost, and publicity of probate.

As a member of WealthCounsel, a national organization of estate planning attorneys, Sabrina has access to the most current legal strategies, tools, and education available to best serve her clients’ planning needs. Sabrina has been practicing law since 2004, and her legal background includes representing individuals, employers, and insurance companies in various litigation matters, including workers’ compensation, employment, and property, at a boutique and national law firms. She is also a volunteer attorney at the Pro Bono Legal Clinic in Oakland sponsored by Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach (APILO)/Asian American Bar Association of the Greater Bay Area (AABA).

Education:
University of San Francisco School of Law, Juris Doctorate, Public Interest Law Program Certificate; University of California at Berkeley, Bachelor of Arts, Political Science Major, Asian American Studies Minor
Bar Admission:
State of California, 2004
Court Admission:
Supreme Court of California; U.S. District Court, Northern District of California
Memberships:
State Bar of California
Trusts and Estates Section of the State Bar of California
East Bay Trust & Estate Lawyers
Asian American Bar Association of the Greater Bay Area
National Asian Pacific American Bar Association
WealthCounsel

OF COUNSEL

Heather Reynolds was admitted to the State Bar of California in 1998. She was a Legal Specialist in Trusts, Estate Planning and Probate Law, certified by the State Bar of California, Board of Legal Specialization from 2004-2009. She founded her firm in January of 2000, providing high-quality legal services to clients who seek peace of mind and probate avoidance. She also assisted families with estate/trust administration following the loss of a loved one.

Heather graduated with honors from Georgetown Law Center, and attended her final year of law school as a visiting scholar at Boalt Hall, U.C. Berkeley, in 1998. She is currently admitted to practice law before the California Superior and Supreme Court, as well as the U.S. District Court, Northern District.