Greg Millikan serves as legal counsel to individuals, closely-held businesses, and family enterprises throughout California, along with churches and other non-profit institutions based in California. His practice is focused on business and real property transactions and financing, creation of legal entities, transactional and long-term tax planning, business succession, and estate management issues.
Greg is admitted in Hawaii (1977-Inactive) and California (1982). His peer-reviewed Martindale-Hubbell rating is "AVPreeminent," indicating the highest level of professional excellence and ethical standing. Representative matters, clients and client references are available on request.
The goals of Mr. Millikan's legal services to his clients are always (i) to secure the legal and practical outcomes they desire, (ii) minimize related taxes, and (iii) limit risks to those his clients understand and accept as either necessary or appropriate to their situation.
Accessibility, creativity, client-care, excellence, timeliness, and trustworthiness are hallmarks of his work. At root, Mr. Millikan's practice is grounded in Christian ethics and values.
Fees vary with the type of engagement, but are always subject to client satisfaction. Pro bono representation is available where warranted by the circumstances.
Greg graduated Cum Laude from Occidental College in 1970 (B.A. Political Science). After four years of professional baseball, he attended UCLA School of Law, where he was a member of the UCLA Law Review. On graduation from UCLA School of Law in 1977, Greg received the Order of the Coif and the Prentice-Hall Award in Taxation as the top tax student in his graduating class. Greg was admitted to the Hawaii Bar in 1977 and to the California Bar in 1982. Greg's post-graduate studies have include coursework in Christian ethics and theology at Fuller Theological Seminary.
Greg previously practiced with Carlsmith, Wichman & Case in Honolulu, Hawaii, and Millikan & Thomas in Pasadena, California. Greg currently serves on the Board of Hope4Marriages. He has served on a number of other Boards and Committees, including the John and Vera Mae Perkins Foundation, the Joint Bioethics Committee of the Los Angeles County Bar Association and Los Angeles County Medical Association, and the Pasadena Chapter of the Christian Legal Society.
Greg and his wife, Dr. Joyce Millikan, live in Solvang, California. They have two married sons and nine grandchildren.
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