An attorney serving Napa and neighboring counties, Victoria counsels individuals and families as an attorney dedicated to the protection, preservation and distribution of their estates.

Specializing in; revocable trusts,  wills, durable powers of attorney, advance health care directives,  probate and trust administration.

Contact  Victoria Lancaster Law for a 30 Minute complimentary consultation to discuss your estate planning needs. All other meetings are billed hourly.

Napa Valley Law Firm

We provide individuals and families with comprehensive estate planning services.

We meet the needs of each family

There is no “cookie-cutter” approach to estate planning and that is why I take the time with each client to meet, discuss and ask the important questions regarding the goals for your family, health-care decisions and financial needs.

Customized estate planning

I believe in creating and implementing a thoughtful estate plan, customized to meet the needs of each client individually.

About Victoria

Victoria Lancaster is the founder of Victoria Lancaster Law. A long time Napa resident, Victoria began her career in the wine industry and later became an attorney specializing in estate planning and debt settlement matters. She is licensed to practice law in California and is a member of the California State Bar and the United States Federal District Court of Northern California.

 Areas Of Practice

Advanced Health Care, Estate Planning, Power of Attorney, Probate, Trust Administration.

An “advance health care directive” lets your physician, family and friends know your health care preferences, including the types of special treatment you want or don’t want at the end of life, your desire for diagnostic testing, surgical procedures, cardiopulmonary resuscitation and organ donation.

An estate plan refers to the means by which your estate is preserved during your lifetime and distributed to your loved ones upon your passing.

A general and durable power of attorney is used for business transaction. If the POA is identified as durable, it means that it will continue to be in full force and effect if the grantor becomes disabled.

Probate is a court proceeding designed to create a “financial accounting” upon the death of a person who passes away with more than $150,000 of aggregate net assets not titled in a trust.

When loved ones or friends pass away and leaves a living trust, the trustee is responsible for taking inventory of the estate and distributing the assets to the beneficiaries in accordance with the settlor’s wishes.

Complimentary Consultation

We offer complimentary 30 minute consultations for estate planning questions. Please fill out the estate planning questionnaire. You can download on this website first.

If you have lost a loved one and need trust or estate administration help, please schedule a consultation for legal counsel (these consultations are billed hourly).