EL SEGUNDO, CALIFORNIA (April 20, 2018) – Estate and Elder Law firm, Schomer Law Group, today announced the promotion of Cesar Gil to Operations Director. He will have the primary responsibility of ensuring that the business has the best working environment and processes. He will manage the implementation of business guidelines and strategies, working with other department heads to ensure everything runs smoothly and in accordance with any guidelines.
“Cesar has been a key part of our success, and we were thrilled to promote him to this important position,” said Scott Schomer, founder of Schomer Law Group.
Mr. Gil, 33, joined the company in 2014 as an Estate Planning Paralegal and Marketing Coordinator and quickly rose to several supervisory and management positions. Mr. Gil previously worked at another estate planning law firm for eight years.
Mr. Gil has an undergraduate degree in Marketing Management and is a currently enrolled in the Master of Science in Integrated Design, Business and Technology graduate degree program at USC Iovine and Young Academy. The graduate program features a unique interdisciplinary approach that teaches students to foster innovation and entrepreneurship in the three critical disciplines.
Schomer Law Group, is a professional law corporation that specializes in elder law, probate, wills, trusts & conservatorships. Scott’s expertise has been recognized by his peers with such accolades as a lifetime membership in the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, the Five Star Wealth Manager designation, and repeated nominations as a California Super Lawyer. Schomer Law Group is a member firm of the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys, which has been recognized as a top legal source by Money Magazine and Suze Orman.
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