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Estate Disasters | Dying without a Will

Estate Disasters Dying Without Will Intestate.jpgSeveral years ago, in my second decade of practicing law, I learned a lot about estate disasters. My mother's aunt had substantial financial resources - resources saved and invested over the many decades of her life. She and her now-deceased husband had saved for old age - for security in their retirement years. She owned her own San Francisco home, had a secure pension and a large stock portfolio. Then, in her early 90s, she had a caregiver to assist her at a time of her decreased mobility, limited hearing, other sensory deficits and lost driving privileges.

Santa Clara Trust & Estate Litigation | The Power of Contingency Fees

Santa Clara Trust Litigation Attorney Contingency.jpgSanta Clara County is rich in people, talent and wealth. It is home to Apple, Intel and Google.

Alzheimer's and Repeat Questions | California Estate & Trust Litigation

Alzheimer's and Repeat Questions | California Estate & Trust Litigation

5 Questions You Should Ask BEFORE You Hire a Probate Litigation Attorney | Santa Clara

Santa Clara Probate & Trust Litigation Attorneys | Hackard Law

Mental Illness | Contesting a California Will or Trust

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