Attorney Brian Geremia
Brian has been with Hackard Law since 2017. His practice focuses trust, estate, and elder financial abuse litigation, including will contests, trust contests, trustee breach of fiduciary duty, accountings, deed cancellations, and related actions.
Brian graduated from Jesuit High School, Sacramento, in 2002, Loyola Marymount University in 2006 (B.A., English, with honors), and Pacific McGeorge School of Law in 2015 (with distinction).
During law school, Brian participated in the McGeorge Law Review as a staff writer and Chief Online Editor and worked as a student-attorney for three semesters in the Elder & Health Law Clinic. Brian remains active at Pacific McGeorge School of Law as an alumni mentor for first-year students and by participating as a panel member on estate planning and trust litigation for the Elder Law & Social Policy course.
Prior to joining Hackard Law, Brian worked at, Young, Minney & Corr, where he represented charter schools.
Prior to law school, Brian co-founded the Ancestral Health Society, a nonprofit organization that hosts an annual symposium on health and nutrition, and Academic Impact, a tutoring and college counseling business that continues to serve students in Sacramento.
Brian is a lifelong fan of the San Francisco Giants and enjoys spending time with his family.
- University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, Sacramento, CA, 2015
- Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA B.A., English, 2006
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