Welcome to Mollis & Mollis Inc. Lawyers

Collectively our attorneys have over 60 years of legal experience.  Ronald A. Mollis is a 30-year Certified Specialist in Taxation Law and has earned the prestigious “AV” peer review rating from Martindale-Hubbell, signifying the highest standards of ethical and legal ability.  Charles A. Mollis, has earned two published decisions.


Mollis & Mollis, Inc. provides exceptional legal representation for businesses and individuals throughout California in the areas of estate planning, taxation, real estate, business law, labor, construction and insurance law.  We assist our clients with an array of transactional matters, including drafting trusts, wills and other estate planning documents; forming new business entities, and advising clients regarding business succession, taxation and real estate matters.  We are also highly experienced litigators offering conservative but zealous advocacy in probate and trust, business, insurance and real estate disputes.

Estate Planning

From their offices in Costa Mesa, the attorneys at Mollis & Mollis, Inc. draft individually tailored, tax-sensitive estate planning documents designed to accomplish the goals of the client, avoid probate administration, and minimize or eliminate transfer tax consequences.

Probate Litigation

Trust and estate litigation matters are particularly emotional and contentious, especially when the dispute involves family members.

Business Law

Representing businesses and individuals throughout California in a wide range of corporate transactions, including entity formation, contracts and business transactions, and business succession planning.

Real Estate

Ronald A. Mollis has held a California Real Estate Broker’s license for over 30 years, and has extensive experience in commercial and residential real estate transactions

Business Litigation

Mollis & Mollis, Inc. offers results-oriented representation in a range of business litigation matters


The attorneys at Mollis & Mollis, Inc. represent individuals and fiduciaries in connection with all aspects of estate planning and administration, including advice regarding the income, estate and gifts, county property tax matters, sales tax and taxation of estates