Craig Lambourne was raised in Boulder County Colorado. He attended Colorado State University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. Thereafter, he moved to San Diego to pursue a career in law. While in law school, Craig served as the chief articles editor for the Law Review, one of the highest honors a law student can receive, and the Lead Researcher for the Walter H. and Dorothy B. Diamond International Tax and Financial Services, LL.M. Program.
Craig has worked exclusively in the area of estate planning, trust and probate law since 2009. Craig is certified by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization as a Specialist in Estate Planning, Trust, and Probate Law. Craig serves as a court appointed attorney for the San Diego Superior Court handling a variety of different proceedings, including: guardianships, conservatorships, and dementia-related matters. He is a frequent guest speaker on a wide range of estate planning topics.
At Ewin Lambourne Law, Craig advises individuals and families in all aspects of estate and business planning and administration. He designs, drafts, and implements comprehensive estate plans that provide clients peace of mind knowing that their legacy and loved ones will always be protected. He works closely with CPAs, investment advisors, and insurance professionals to ensure a comprehensive approach to estate and business planning.
Craig serves on the board of directors for Probate Attorneys of San Diego (PASD) and is a member of the Trust & Estates and Elder Law sections of the San Diego County Bar Association, Foothills Bar Association, and Wealth Counsel.
When he is not in the office, you can find him surfing at the beach, running on Mission Bay, or hiking the local trails.