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Sometimes You've Got to Fight | Disinherited Trust Beneficiary Battles

Beneficiary Trust Litigation Bay Area.jpgImagine: Your mother is an 86-year-old widow. Your father passed away ten years ago. You have three siblings - two brothers and a sister. You're all now in your 50s.

A House Divided | Bay Area Beneficiary Trust Disputes

Bay Area Beneficiary Trust Disputes Houses.jpg"A house divided against itself cannot stand." We read this in Scripture - the Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke. We see this in history. It's Abraham Lincoln's warning made on the eve of the Civil War. It's an everyday life truth.

Bay Area Estate & Trust Litigation Battles | Disinherited House Beneficiaries

Bay Area House Estate Trust Litigation.jpgThe San Francisco Bay Area is overflowing with equity-rich homeowners. About half of Bay Area residents live in homes they own, and these homes have been escalators to wealth. Bay area home price increases have been astounding, and San Francisco in particular, may be in the early stages of some dramatic increases.

What You Focus on Grows | Bay Area Trust & Estate House Disputes

Bay Area Estate Trust House Disputes.jpg"What you focus on grows" is a garden metaphor - a simple truth with widespread application. Focus is a gift of presence coupled with deliberate practice. It is the use of our imagination paired with or own time commitments to practice essential tasks necessary for elevating our game. Growth spawned by focus is as applicable in our personal lives as it is in sports, music, business and the professions.

Settling Bay Area Estate & Trust House Disputes | Contingency Fees

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Mediation in Estate and Trust Disputes | Hackard Law at Work

Mediation CA Trust Estate Disputes.jpgThis is the biggest mediation year in our law firm's history. The milestone is significant for our clients, their adversaries and all lawyers involved in the prosecution and defense of estate, trust and elder financial abuse litigation.

The Day Before an Estate or Trust Mediation | Strong Emotions

Mediation Trust Estate Beneficiary.jpgThis is a busy year for estate and trust mediation - the alternative dispute process in which the parties to a lawsuit meet with a neutral third-party, often a retired judge, in an effort to settle the case. Our litigation practice includes California's largest urban areas and so, not coincidentally, does our presence at mediations. While mediations can be dramatically different there are some constants - including strong emotions.

Hackard Law's Gratitude & Hope | Christmas 2017

Gratitude Hope on Christmas | Hackard Law.jpgWe're nearing the end of the year and many thoughts come to mind of "all that has been." The press of year end business coupled with the magnificence of the Christmas season make December a very busy month. Whatever the press of business or the season's needs the most important part of our lives should not be forgotten. It is this sense of gratitude that we share.

Mediation of Trust & Elder Financial Abuse Matters | Lawyer Style on Trial

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Elder Financial Abuse Law | Game-Changer in CA Trust Litigation

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