David D. Hiskey
David D. Hiskey is a Yorba Linda native and has practiced law at the former Lemke residence, a Placentia landmark built in 1927, for more than thirty years.
Mr. Hiskey specializes in estate and wealth transfer planning , including charitable gift planning, trust administration, and probate . He received his law degree from Loyola Law School of Los Angeles in 1983. He has been certified by the State Bar of California as a specialist in Estate Planning, Trust, and Probate Law since 1993. He is certified as a qualified advisor by Kingdom Advisors, an organization for financial professionals dedicated to the integration of faith and practice. He is also a member of Wealth Counsel , LLC, a national organization of more than 2,500 estate planning attorneys who share their knowledge and experience with one another. Mr. Hiskey has been a speaker at estate planning seminars sponsored by numerous organizations.
Mr. Hiskey has been married for thirty-seven years and has been involved with his family in various church and community activities.
Blair Hiskey is our estate planning paralegal. With over ten years at the firm, she is responsible for maintaining and utilizing our document drafting software through our relationship with WealthCounsel, LLC, and for assisting clients with estate planning and trust funding matters.
Elise Ayer has worked for our firm in a variety of capacities for more than eighteen years. She is currently responsible for maintaining all of the firm’s financial records.
Lauren Hiskey is the coordinator for the firm’s Charitable and Community Initiatives as we seek to use our firm to address the needs of the most vulnerable in our community, either directly or as a catalyst to motivate other businesses to be engaged with their communities. She also administers our Estate Plan Maintenance Program. She graduated from Biola University with a degree in Social Science with an emphasis on Sociology and was also a member of the Torrey Honors Institute.
Lauren completed a post-graduate academic residential fellowship at the John Jay Institute in Colorado Springs. She also worked as a fellow on the National Human Trafficking Resource Center at Polaris Project in Washington D.C., a leading organization in the global fight against human trafficking and modern-day slavery. She also has served overseas with Om India in their Anti-Human Trafficking Unit, and most recently worked as a resident childcare worker in the residential recovery program with Advent Group Ministries in San Jose, CA.