Our Personalized Probate And Estate Litigation Services Can Be Delivered Long Distances
When a death occurs or an elderly parent becomes incapacitated, it may be necessary to manage a person’s estate or handle disputes from afar. You do not have to live in California to serve as an executor or trustee, or to contest any aspect of the administration of an estate.
The experienced probate and estate planning attorneys at Hackard Law, A Professional Law Corporation, in Sacramento, assist individuals who live out of state or in Southern California with probate, estate litigation and estate planning.
It is understandable that a loved one may not be able to be present when faced with estate administration or litigation. In these situations, it is important to work with a trusted Northern California law firm that will manage your affairs and maintain strong communication with you throughout. We represent out-of-state clients in the full spectrum of elder law, estate litigation and estate planning matters, including:
- Will or trust contests
- Guardianship disputes
- Litigation regarding fiduciary breach of duty
- Responsibilities as a health care proxy or financial durable power of attorney
- Disputes between family members regarding the competency of an elderly parent
- Business disputes regarding a family business or a business partnership
Our Personalized Service Reaches Beyond State Lines
Founding attorney Michael Hackard and the entire team at Hackard Law have earned high marks from clients who live in Northern California as well as out of state. Today’s high-tech communication capabilities have made distance all but irrelevant. With the care that we bring to client communication, we have discovered that anything our lawyers can accomplish when working with someone in person can also be accomplished with someone who is thousands of miles away.
See for yourself. Use our online contact form to provide us information about your situation and watch how quickly we respond. We can review your situation during a free telephone consultation and recommend the best steps to resolve your matter.