San diego law firm that
Puts you firstprotects your interestsprotects your futuregives you safety
Kellar Law Group in Del Mar proudly serves the estate planning needs of San Diego clients.
Creating your estate plan to protect your family after you are gone is important but can be emotionally draining. You need an attorney who not only understands the intricacies of the law, but who also helps you through the stress of these times.
After working elsewhere, Kevin T. Kellar opened Kellar Law Group in 2011 to provide San Diego clients with the compassion they need and the solid legal representation they deserve.
you are the center of our mission
The Kellar Law Group was founded in 2011 with the purpose to serve the San Diego community. Our clients and community are the driving forces of the firm as seen in our mission statement:
To provide excellent representation for clients with compassion, integrity and respect. To serve the greater San Diego community through a commitment to charitable participation and giving.
Meet Kevin T. Kellar, Esq.
Before you trust an attorney with your legal needs, you probably want to know a little bit about him. San Diego attorney Kevin T. Kellar is dedicated to not only providing you with valuable legal advice and strongly representing you, but also to treating you with the respect and compassion you need and deserve.
After obtaining his undergraduate degree from the University of San Diego, Kevin T. Kellar received his Juris Doctorate degree from Pepperdine University School of Law.
As an active member of the legal and local community, attorney Kevin T. Kellar is an active member of:
- The State Bar Association of California
- The San Diego County Bar Association
- The Tom Homman Law Association
- The Greater San Diego Business Association
Committed to giving back to the LGBT community, Kevin T. Kellar participates in the San Diego Volunteer Lawyer’s Program HIV/AIDS Clinic and donates three percent of the Kellar Law group’s annual profits to charitable organizations supporting the San Diego LGBT community.
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