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For clients in estate cases, probate litigation can be confusing and difficult in its terminology. Some times lawyers even have a hard time with the finer points of probate. Yet attorney Michael Hackard, a 40-year veteran of estate, probate, and trust litigation, can translate complex cases to clients and...
Veteran Northern California probate litigation attorney gives us an inside look at the top ten most common disputes in probate, estate, and trust litigation. Read the Article at: The Top 10 Most Common Probate, Trust and Estate Battles
Trusted advisors to business owners will often recommend a revocable living trust. But is this good advice? Read the Article at: Revocable Living Trusts for the Business Owner
Creditor Protection Trust (also known as an Ohio Legacy Trust) Prior to 2013, if you created a Trust for your benefit (meaning you could still use the money or property) your creditors could reach the Trust assets. Effective on March 27, 2013, you will now be able to create a Trust,...

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