Serving Monrovia And Los Angeles County Since 1985
Estate Planning As A Celebration Of Your Legacy
You have worked hard to achieve everything you have in life – your family, your home, your assets, your legacy. Your achievements should be celebrated! They should also be protected.
That is the focus at The Brooke Law Group, PC, in Monrovia. Since 1985, attorney Darrell G. Brooke has been helping individuals and families throughout Los Angeles County create and maintain effective estate plans designed to protect legacies. He and the rest of our team also handle all aspects of estate administration and are skilled at resolving estate disputes.
A Trusted Resource For Our Community
Darrell Brooke is the only attorney who is a Certified Specialist in Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization in Old Town Monrovia. He has been certified since 1997. This title is granted to select lawyers who demonstrate a high level of proficiency in estate matters. It is a symbol of the trust we have earned within the legal field and within our community.
We are truly a community-driven law firm. Not only do we take pride in helping our neighbors throughout Los Angeles County with all their estate concerns, from wills to trusts to probate and beyond, we are involved in many organizations designed to see our community prosper. For example, attorney Brooke is a leader on the Monrovia Planning Commission and is an active member of the Rose Bowl Advisory Board. We believe in lifting up the Monrovia area by helping individuals and the whole community.
Darrell G. Brooke
Arline Zagarnaga Brooke
Spanish Language Interpreter
and Office Manager
and Notary Public
Here To Serve You And Your Family
Our law firm’s longevity and our roots in the community mean that we have had the honor of serving many Los Angeles-area families for generations. We take pride in those relationships. We see the work we do not merely as an attorney-client matter, but a matter between friends, neighbors and fellow community members. Legacy-related issues are ongoing, so it is critical that we build personal, caring and long-lasting relationships with the people we serve. We cannot wait to team up with you.