Stephanie Delaney

ATTORNEY

Stephanie Delaney is an Attorney in RMO’s San Diego office. With a focus on probate and trust administration, Stephanie helps individual and institutional administrators, executors, and trustees fulfill their duties including asset management, court filings, and determining distributions and inheritance.

Stephanie grew up in Austin, Texas and attended the University of Texas in Austin. She studied law at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, where she served as both the Vice-Justice and Community Services Director for Phi Alpha Delta and Alumni Relations Director for the Student Bar Association. She is a candidate for both a Master of Law Degree in Taxation and a Master Degree candidate in Business Administration through Chapman University’s Dual Master’s Program.

PROFESSIONAL & COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
  • Orange County Bar Association, Trust & Estates Section
  • Orange County Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division

EDUCATION

Chapman University School of Law
LLM in Taxation and MBA Dual Masters Program

Thomas Jefferson School of Law
Juris doctor

University of Texas, Austin
BA in Biology

REPRESENTATIVE MATTERS
  • Represents families in all aspects of estate administration including revocable living trust and probate administration, including making court appearances on their behalf.
  • Routinely advises clients on how to administer their loved one’s estate and navigate the unexpected with compassion.
IN THE NEWS

Probate and trust estate litigation law firm RMO LLP announced today that Scott Rahn, founding and managing partner, has once again been selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America for his work in the area of Trusts and Estates Litigation.

IN THE NEWS

Recognized for his exceptional legal skill and accomplishments as a top trust attorney within the Los Angeles business community, RMO LLP Founding and Managing Partner Scott Rahn has been selected as a nominee for the Los Angeles Business Journal’s Leaders in Law…

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