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Abused Trust Beneficiary Litigation Lawyers | Alameda County

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If you're seeking a Northern California abused trust beneficiary litigation lawyer, contact Hackard Law. A significant but unquantified number of California estate heirs and trust beneficiaries are abused by the conduct of estate administrators, executors and trustees.

The ramifications from the abuse may range from the trivial to the catastrophic. The wrongdoing may be innocent - born of simple ignorance, negligent or malicious and intentional.

Whatever the cause, California has strong statutory rules designed to protect heirs and trustees. Hackard Law's practice includes a strong focus on the rights of estate heirs and trust beneficiaries.

We direct our significant efforts on cases where we think that we can make a substantial difference and there is a wrongdoer who can be made financially accountable for their wrongdoing.

We regularly litigate in Alameda County in estate, trust and elder financial abuse matters.

If you would like to speak with us about your rights, call us at 916 313-3030.

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