Estate Planning Myths

By Norman Homen | August 13, 2018

If you don’t know much about estate planning, it can be intimidating to get started. However, don’t underestimate the importance of estate planning, as it can help your loved ones divvy up your assets once you pass away. Estate planning is the process of setting up arrangements for your finances, health and assets once you…

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Estate Planning Necessities for Newlyweds

By Norman Homen | July 9, 2018

We know estate planning might not be the most romantic topic of conversation as newlyweds, and certainly not as exciting as jetting off to the tropics, but it’s an important discussion you should have. By following these tips from our estate planning lawyers near Anaheim, you’ll ensure that your new life together is stable and…

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Three Common Causes of Personal Injury

By Norman Homen | June 15, 2018

In legal terms, “personal injury” covers many different injury cases. From boat accidents and motorcycle accidents to dog bites and construction site injuries, the potential for personal injury is everywhere. Although we are also estate planning lawyers near Westminster, we have the experience to successfully fight for your personal injury cases as well. Here are…

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Common Estate Planning Mistakes

By Norman Homen | May 15, 2018

Planning your estate may not be at the top of your priority list, but it is something that will give you peace of mind once it is completed. Our estate planning attorneys in Anaheim have the experience to guide you through this journey and ensure you don’t fall victim to common mistakes. Don’t Assume it’s…

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Workers' Compensation: What is It?

By Norman Homen | April 24, 2018

For over 16 years, our workers’ compensation attorneys in Santa Ana have been fighting for the rights of the injured and disabled. Whether you need medical care, temporary disability or permanent disability, our experienced lawyers won’t stop working until you are happy with the end result. Here’s some more information regarding workers’ compensation and the…

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Getting Started with Estate Planning

By Norman Homen | March 28, 2018

Trying to anticipate the management and disposal of a loved one’s estate can be an overwhelming process. While specific goals of estate planning will likely change with each client, the law of estate planning will remain stable. Our estate planning lawyers in Westminster can help you along the way. If you’re just getting started, here’s…

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Workers' Compensation 101: What You Should Know

By Norman Homen | February 27, 2018

You’ve probably heard the term “workers’ compensation” numerous times in your life. But what exactly does it mean? As workers’ compensation lawyers in Anaheim, we wanted to break it down as simply as possible, so everyone can understand what it is. Basic Purposes Most states require workers’ compensation programs that essentially require employees to purchase…

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Does Social Security Disability Approve Mental Health Claims?

By Norman Homen | January 25, 2018

The short answer to this questions is, “Yes, it does.” But it’s really more complicated than that. The requirements for qualifying for a Social Security Disability mental health claim are stringent, and your chances of having your application approved can be greatly improved with the assistance of the law offices of Norman J. Homen. We…

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Injured At Work?

By Norman Homen | December 29, 2017

No one wants to get hurt while on the job. However, if one does there are protections in place to make sure the injured person receives the fair compensation they deserve. If you have been injured at work and need a workers’ compensation lawyer in Orange contact the Law Offices of Norman J. Homen right…

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What To Consider When Planning Your Estate

By Norman Homen | November 29, 2017

Estate planning is an often neglected part of financial planning. Most people are more concerned with organizing and planning their current finances than preparing for their future, and inevitable mortality. In fact, according to a study conducted by, only 4 in 10 American adults have a will or living trust. Hiring an estate planning…

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