Riverside, CA, December 07, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Ronald Ask is an experienced attorney who is dedicated to providing legal counsel to senior citizens and their families, dependent adults, and military veterans, as well as, persons who find themselves in legal or financial distress. With over seventy years in the work force, Mr. Ask currently manages Elder Law Center, P.C., the legal practice he founded in 2002.
Mr. Ask grew up in Northeast Iowa on a small 35-acre farm. At the age of ten, he began gaining experience in operating heavy mechanized equipment, working alongside his father on the farm. He held his first job at the age of just 13 at an old-fashioned service station, before coming a brick mason tender at 16. Mr. Ask later joined the Marine Corps, at 18 years of age, and was assigned to a tracked vehicle mechanics school at Camp Pendleton, CA, where he graduated second in a class of 52 students. He was then retained as an instructor, and he finished out his career teaching other Marines how to maintain military tanks and amphibious landing crafts.
Upon release from the service in 1956, Mr. Ask began attending school part-time at Long Beach Community College, alongside his job as an automobile salesman. From 1957 he worked for a number of different Aerospace companies before being hired by International Harvester Co. where, in 1959 he was promoted to assistant manager of a heavy-duty truck facility in Downtown Los Angeles. After his graduation from Long Beach State University, Mr. Ask was transferred by the company to Riverside County, where he represented the company with around a dozen automobile dealers, in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. In 1967, Mr. Ask became manager of an International Harvester truck dealership in Riverside, CA. and in 1979 was promoted by the company to Key Market Manager for all of Southern California, Arizona and Southern Nevada.
After obtaining his Juris Doctorate from Western State College of Law in Fullerton, CA, Mr. Ask founded his first law firm in Ontario, CA, and later another office in Mira Loma, CA. He moved this practice to Riverside in 1984, and in 2002, formed Elder Law Center P.C., where he currently practices law.
Elder Law Center, P.C. is a full-service law firm which serves Riverside County, San Bernardino County and surrounding communities. The firm is dedicated to the legal needs of senior citizens and their families, dependent adults, and Military Veterans, as well as persons who find themselves in legal or financial distress. The practice covers many areas essential to Mr. Ask’s community, including, but not limited to, trust litigation, elder law, probate, durable powers of attorney, wills & will contests, revocable living trusts, estate planning, disability planning, long term care planning, life care planning, Medi-Cal consulting, Medi-Cal eligibility, Medi-Cal qualification, irrevocable grantor trusts, trust & estate administration, fiduciary abuse, financial and physical elder abuse, asset repositioning, asset protection, advance health care directives, veterans benefits, nursing home abuse, guardianships and consumer and small business bankruptcy.
Mr. Ask maintains a practice of patiently listening to every client, or prospective client, who visits or makes contact with his office, and taking each of their claims seriously, while maintaining absolute integrity in the court, and with the legal community. Mr. Ask is associated with numerous Conservative political Groups and election campaigns. He has appeared as a “talking head” on Los Angeles based network news and on Coachella Valley Television News, and has appeared as a guest speaker at the University of California, Riverside.
Mr. Ask and his wife, Patricia, are the proud parents of eight children, and together they have parented three additional children.