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Hackard Law: Our California Probate Court Footprint

Hackard Law Sacramento Probate Attorney

Hackard Law has had its offices at Mather since 2009. The Mather Airport is part of the Sacramento County Airport System. Our offices are about 9 miles from the Sacramento County Probate Superior Court, 14 miles from the main Sacramento County Courthouse, 20 miles from the Placer County Probate Superior Court and 30 miles from the El Dorado County Probate Court.

The attorneys from Hackard Law regularly represent clients in probate matters in the following jurisdictions:

  • Sacramento County Superior Court
  • San Joaquin County Superior Court
  • San Mateo County Superior Court
  • Santa Clara County Superior Court
  • Alameda County Superior Court
  • Contra Costa County Superior Court
  • Sonoma County Superior Court
  • Los Angeles County Superior Court

An active and experienced probate, estate and trust litigation law firm like Hackard Law will have a large geographic footprint. The issues are the same whether the case is centered in San Francisco, San Diego or Sacramento. We value the opportunity to represent both California and out of state clients in the Probate and Superior Courts of California.

You can contact us at:

Hackard Law

10630 Mather Boulevard

Mather, CA 95655

(916) 313-3030

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