My practice is focused exclusively on assisting families and individuals with their estate planning, probate, and trust administration needs. I provide individual, customized plans and administrative services geared toward ensuring that my clients' values and goals are given the highest priority and are appropriately reflected in their completed plans.
I grew up in Palo Alto, California and earned my undergraduate degree from the University of California, Berkeley. I went on to law school at the University of California, Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco, and was admitted to the State Bar of California in 1994. After practicing both civil and criminal litigation and being admitted to the State Bar of Nevada in 1999, I took a few years off to stay home with my two young sons. I began practicing estate law in 2007, and opened my estate planning practice in Marin in 2008. I am now a certified Specialist in the area of estate planning, probate and trust law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization, and am an active member of the Marin County Estate Planning Council and the Marin Bar Association's Trusts and Estates section. Aarsheim Law has offices in Corte Madera and Novato.
"Working with Nadine as our estate attorney was a wonderful experience; she is so knowledgeable and a true professional. I trusted her implicitly and was consistently impressed with her skill and patience."
Laura G., Belvedere
“We wish to thank you for a job well done. We appreciate your professionalism, advice and the time you took to answer all of our questions. We found the overall experience to be an extremely satisfying one. We will be sure to recommend your services to friends who neeed assistance.”
Kevin C., Larkspur
“We highly recommend working with Nadine. During our first experience in estate planning, she took the time to help us understand our desires. She worked quickly and efficiently and was available to answer our questions during the process. Even once our trust was set up, she has been accessble ad willing to help wit new issues that may affect our trust.”
Amy C., Corte Madera