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Disinherited House Beneficiaries | Bay Area Trust Litigation

Bay Area House Trust Beneficiary.jpgCalifornia's median home value in September 2019 is $548,000. Bay Area median home values are even higher.

As an example:

  • Fremont - $1,176,000;
  • Newark - $872,000;
  • Santa Clara - $1,396,000;
  • San Mateo - $1,513,000;
  • San Francisco - $1,421,100;
  • Redwood City - $2,688,000.

We have litigated trust beneficiary disputes over homes located in every one of the referenced cities. Experience teaches us that trust disputes involving the rights of beneficiaries and heirs to Bay Area homes are common and hard-fought.

There is a lot at stake. Homes are a target for those intent on estate undue influence and fraud. And, wronged and abused beneficiaries are not likely to walk away from the huge losses occasioned by fraud or undue influence.

Hackard Law litigates estate, trust, probate and elder financial abuse cases in the Bay Area - including San Francisco, Santa Clara, San Mateo, Alameda, and Contra Costa.

We focus on significant 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 or breach of duty.

If you'd like to speak with us about your case call us at Hackard Law: 916 313-3030. We'll be happy to hear from you.

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