ABOUT MACKAY & MARTIN, LLP
Through working with our firm, you can responsibly organize your family and protect your assets before, during, and after the process of separation.
The attorneys at MacKay & Martin, LLP will assess the intricate details of your unique set of family circumstances, and employ the best legal course of action tailored to you and your family's needs. Through working with our firm, you can responsibly organize your family and protect your assets before, during, and after the process of separation.
This is why, if you are going through the stress of a divorce in Los Angeles County, you need a skilled, knowledgeable Family Law attorney on your side. The legal team of MacKay & Martin, LLP takes a fresh approach to family law issues, both in terms of families that are splitting up, and those seeking to remain intact well into the future, using estate planning and asset protection solutions.
What Sets Us Apart
Our practice is located in Los Angeles, serving the sprawling city and its surrounding area. Having closely observed the main complaints our clients have had with other family law and estate planning attorneys, we have identified fresh solutions to both legal processes.
For instance, our firm utilizes its small-firm advantage by becoming intimately involved in each case, which allows our attorneys to provide each client with a level of personal attention unmatched by other larger, “divorce mill” family law firms. At MacKay & Martin, LLP, our attorneys are committed to crafting legal solutions tailored to achieving your individual goals and protecting your family's unique interests.
And because we believe in caring for our employees as well our clients, you will continue working with the same lead attorney and legal personnel throughout the course of your matter. In a similar fashion, during the process of Estate Planning, which inevitably involves confronting your own mortality, we realize the need for consistency and support. Working with one lead attorney, you are able to form a trusting relationship where you can feel comfortable communicating your testamentary intent, free from judgment.