At Integrate Legacy Law, we guarantee impeccable communication while guiding our clients through a holistic process of defining and preserving the comprehensive mark they leave on the world, their legacy. We are a value-based firm and our top value is to leave our clients with a clearer sense of what legacy means to them and a plan for integrating their legacy into their lives before the luxury of time is no longer on their side.
Our sweet spot is working with Gen X'ers and Millennials who have substantial asset portfolios and work in the tech industry. Our other niche is addressing the unique issues that affect LGBTQ couples and their families. Niches and sweet spots aside, we work with anyone who is committed to planning smartly for the future of their finances and healthcare... all people welcome!
We serve clients throughout San Diego County from our offices in East County (El Cajon) and in downtown San Diego and throughout the San Francisco Bay Area from our office in Jack London Square, Oakland.
R. Kamela Laird-Love, Esq.
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R. Kamela Laird-Love founded Integrate Legacy Law with the commitment to guide her clients to identify their life purpose and then integrate that legacy into their lives in a way that makes a lasting difference. As an experienced communication and relationship coach, mediator, and spiritual counselor, Kamela integrates these skills with her legal training to provide a holistic approach to estate planning. She has a special knack for supporting clients through conversations with family members regarding end of life care, mental incapacity, and inheritance disputes.
Kamela facilitates restorative justice programming in mens' jails in San Diego through the Restorative Justice Re-entry Prep Program. She is the former President of the Board of Directors at Community Boards in San Francisco, as well as a volunteer mediator there. Additionally, she is an active member of Integrative Mediation Bay Area where she co-mediates with mental health professionals to help clients heal and transform the emotional side of conflicts. As a pioneer of the Collaborative Trust & Estates field, she works on interdisciplinary teams with other Attorneys, licensed Mental Health and Eldercare Professionals, and Certified Financial Planners to help clients solve family disputes outside of court in a supportive, loving environment.
Kamela was raised in Asheville, North Carolina and moved to California to attend Santa Clara University where she graduated as Valedictorian. During law school in Los Angeles, Kamela worked at a non-proﬁt that provided free family law services to survivors of domestic violence, externed in the Major Crimes unit of the District Attorney’s office, and facilitated a transformational leadership class to incarcerated men, targeted at lowering recidivism rates.
Kamela loves sailing, scuba diving, salsa dancing, camping, and traveling to as many foreign destinations as possible. Kamela practices mindfulness and wholeheartedly believes in work-life balance. She makes sure to visit her parents on a regular basis and loves exploring the outdoors with her min pin, Iggy.
Juris Doctor, Cum Laude, Southwestern Law School
BS in Political Science, Valedictorian, Magna Cum Laude, Santa Clara University
BA in Spanish Studies, Valedictorian, Magna Cum Laude, Santa Clara University
Member of California State Bar
Member of the San Diego County Bar Association
Member of the Foothills Bar Association (East County San Diego)
Member of the National LGBT Bar Association
Member of American Bar Association, Dispute Resolution Section
Member of East Bay Trust & Estates Lawyers
Member of Integrative Mediation Bay Area
Member of The Mediation Society
Read & write Arabic
Watch an interview with Kamela on KTNC-TV regarding her mediation work with Community Boards. This interview is conducted in Spanish on AL DIA network.
Elika Morris serves as a legal assistant for Integrate Legacy Law. As a real estate agent and third year law student, Elika is committed to providing services that will maximize every client’s estate potential.
Elika has a wealth of experience in public service. She has previously interned for the Legal Aid Society and advocated for health care and affordable housing in southern California. During her undergraduate studies at UCLA, Elika lobbied for the California Public Interest Research Group to administer initiatives that directly affect the quality of food and water. She uses her knowledge and experience in these areas to effectively communicate with our clients about ways we can better serve them and the resources available to meet their needs.
Elika founded the Housing Hearts Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing essential needs to the homeless and helping families in destitute situations integrate into affordable housing. She enjoys traveling, jet skiing, and learning new languages such as American Sign Language and Spanish.