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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.

Jim Morrison | Who Inherited His Estate?

Jim Morrison Estate.jpgIn May 1968, I attend a Doors concert at the Santa Clara Fairgrounds. It is the third time I see The Doors. Jim Morrison is going downhill. Between songs he sits on the Santa Clara stage with a Jack Daniel's bottle by his side.

Interview with Kathryn Zox | Spotlight on Elder Financial Exploitation

Kathryn Zox Interview Michael Hackard.jpgRecently Michael Hackard spoke with Kathryn Zox, known as "your social worker with a microphone," the host of the Kathryn Zox Show. We're grateful to Kathryn for covering such pressing issues like undue influence and elder financial abuse. Here's the interview below:

And the Worst Part Is... | Reflections on Estate Litigation

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Hawaii Trust Battle | Royal Fortune at Stake

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Breaking the Impasse | Trust Beneficiary Litigation House Disputes

House Disputes Estate Trust Litigation.jpgWhen the ancient conqueror Alexander the Great was making his way through Asia, he confronted a special challenge: the Gordian Knot. Whoever loosed the enormous, tangled knot, legend held, would rule an empire. Alexander struggled to untie the knot, but couldn't make progress. Then, frustrated, he took out his sword and swiftly chopped it in half.

450 Videos | Informing You on Estate & Trust Litigation

Estate and Trust Litigation Videos.jpgIt's three years since we posted our first video. We're told by many people that the videos are of enormous help. We're glad.

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.

CA Trust Beneficiary Contingency Fees | Stopping Estate Hijackers

Contingency Fees Trust Estate Litigation vs Caregivers.jpgDid your interest in a trust evaporate because of the actions of a caregiver who unduly influenced your parent, grandparent, aunt or uncle? It happens and, in our experience, it happens with some frequency. And, once challenged, it is also our experience that a wrongdoing caregiver treats an elder's natural heirs with irritation and contempt.

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