To discuss your needs and discover your options, consult the Los Angeles incapacity and estate planning attorneys at Ginzburg & Bronshteyn, LLP. We serve clients in Orange County, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Ventura County, and throughout Southern and Northern California including Agoura Hills, Anaheim, Berkeley, Beverly Hills, Calabasas, Camarillo, Costa Mesa, Encino, Fullerton, Hidden Hills, Laguna, Lake Forest, Irvine, Lake Sherwood, Marin, Mission Viejo, Newport Beach, Oxnard, Palo Alto, Pasadena, San Francisco, Santa Monica, Simi Valley, Tarzana, Thousand Oaks, Torrance, Ventura, West Los Angeles, and Woodland Hills. Our attorneys are renowned for producing high quality work and working diligently to achieve our client’s goals. We have developed a reputation for effective and aggressive representation in complex and sophisticated matters as we guide you through the legal process. We are experienced and patient in obtaining and defending against conservatorships. Contact us by calling (310) 914-3222 in Los Angeles, (415) 465-6566 in the Bay Area, or (818) 787-1011 in Westlake Village, or by using our online contact form.
Ginzburg & Bronhteyn, LLP, Trust Litigator and firm partner, Yasha Bronshteyn, attended the Elder Law Committee Presentation of the Trusts and Estates Section: Giraldin v Giraldin on February 25, 2016. This program was absolutely informative for anyone who draft trusts and power of attorney documents, litigates trusts, serves as a trustee or represents a trustee or a beneficiary in the administration of a revocable trust when the trust’s settlor loses capacity. The speaker discussed the case law and how it now influences the way counsel should advise trustees and beneficiaries alike when the settlor of an otherwise revocable trust has become incapacitated. The reality is many attorneys and fiduciaries in the probate bar are still unaware of the monumental consequences, rights and duties that evolved from the California Supreme case of Giraldin v. Giraldin and related cases that came after it.
Once again Conservatorships, while intended to exist for the benefit of the protected person, can sometimes become complicated and contentious. If you find yourself in a conservatorship that has become legally combative, consult the conservatorship attorneys at Ginzburg & Bronshteyn. If you are involved in a conflict concerning a will, trust or estate, our experienced Los Angeles conservatorship attorneys are here to help clients in Marin County, Newport Beach, Santa Monica, Santa Clara County, Thousand Oaks, Ventura County, Orange County and throughout Southern California defend their rights under the law. The baby boomer population is ageing while having acquired significant wealth – ff the core of a dispute is the validity of a will, codicil, trust or trust amendment please contact our skilled attorneys for personalized legal services and aggressive representation. You may contact Ginzburg & Bronshteyn, LLP online or call us at (310) 914-3222, (714) 280-0601, (415) 465-6566, or (818) 787-1011 or by using our online contact form.