“Sitting down with Edgar took all the guesswork out of my estate planning and when we completed the process I felt we had addressed all the issues and had achieved exactly what we wanted to accomplish. Edgar provided us with the confidence we needed, that the future was taken care of for all our loved ones.” – Linda C. (El Segundo)
Edgar Saenz, Esq.
Edgar Saenz devotes his practice to planning and creating wills, trusts, powers of attorney, LLCs and other estate documents.
Edgar was educated at Stanford Law School (JD ’86) and St. Mary’s University (BA ’83, magna cum laude).
Edgar has volunteered at legal clinics serving the poor and with Meals on Wheels. He serves as a judge pro tem with the Superior Court. He was a director of the Culver Marina Bar Association and is currently a member of the Trusts and Estates sections of the California State Bar, the Los Angeles County Bar, and Santa Monica Bar Associations. He proudly serves as president of the Rotary Club of Westchester.
Edgar is admitted to practice before the United States Districts Courts for the Central, Eastern, Northern, and Southern Districts of California.
Kathleen Saenz has degrees from USC (BA ’84) and UCLA (JD ’87). Previously, Kathleen practiced in the areas of aviation, environmental law, and death penalty appeals and worked for a major investment firm. She is currently on “inactive” status and provides administrative services with the firm.
Sean and Karyn
Law clerk Sean and Paralegal Karyn provide great client service and contribute to making the office run like a top. They’re friendly, responsive, professional. Sean is a post-graduate with myriad talents and interests. Karyn has extensive experience with the court system and in estate planning practices.
Our Community Commitment
Committed to community, Edgar has served in the leadership of many civic organizations, including Westchester Rotary Club, Westchester Neighbors Association, Westchester Vitalization Corp.
He is also a member of the LAX Coastal Area Chamber of Commerce, Venice Chamber of Commerce and the Marina del Rey Historical Society.