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CA Estate and Trust Mediation | The Deal No-Deal Balance


CA Estate and Trust Mediation | The Deal No-Deal BalanceCalifornia public policy favors the mediation of litigated estate, trust and elder financial abuse disputes. Mediation communications are confidential - part of a legislative effort to promote effective mediation.

Focus Groups | CA Estate & Trust Litigation

CA Estate Trust Litigation Focus Groups.jpgFocus groups in estate, trust and elder financial abuse litigation are a valuable tool in determining community attitudes to undue influence and financial abuse cases.Participant selection, presentation venue and moderator approaches all play a part in this important process of community discernment.

Tom Clancy | The Battle Over Jack Ryan


Tom Clancy Estate Litigation Dispute.jpgHe was one of the greatest spy fiction writers of our era, and his movies and characters will certainly live on for decades, but for all his brilliance as a novelist, Tom Clancy was not good at plotting a satisfying end to his own estate.

Trial Preference for Seniors 70+ | Elder Financial Abuse

Trial Preference | Elder Financial Abuse.jpgImagine that you have been the target of elder financial abuse. Your lawyer tells you that getting your California civil case to trial may take 2-3 years. You ask whether your trial can be accelerated because of your age. Good question. California law helps here.

Punitive Damages | Despicable Conduct & Elder Financial Abuse


Elder Financial Abuse Punitive Damages.jpgCalifornia law provides that punitive damages may be recovered when the defendant is guilty of oppression, fraud or malice. Since the code section uses the word "or," the allegations need only establish one type of conduct.

Elder Financial Abuse Panel | Eskaton Sacramento (Rescheduled)

Eskaton Talk on Elder Financial AbuseOn Thursday, October 25th, I'll be giving a talk at the Gold River Lodge of Eskaton, one of California's top retirement communities, on how seniors can keep themselves safe from fraud and elder financial abuse. The previous talk, set for Thursday, August 30th, was rescheduled to October to make room for a larger audience. The presentation begins at 9:00 AM.

CA Trust & Estate Litigation | Making Your Case

CA Trust Estate Litigation Making Your Case.jpgYou know that something is wrong - something is just not right. How do you talk with a trust litigation attorney about trust issues when you know so little?

Blended Families & Estate Disputes | Widowed Stepmothers


Stepmothers & Blended Families | Estate & Trust Litigation Why do disinheritance issues often arise in blended families? Given the high incidence of divorce in the United States, at least half of America's children live with a biological parent and a stepparent.

America's Elders | Who Will Tell Their Story?


America's Elders Estate Trust Litigation.jpgStories help to define us. Who we are. Where we come from. What has happened in our lives.

Elder Financial Abuse Talk | Eskaton Sacramento


Eskaton Talk on Elder Financial AbuseOn Thursday, August 30th, I'll be speaking at the Gold River Lodge of Eskaton, one of California's top retirement communities, on how seniors can protect themselves against scams and financial exploitation.

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