Probate estate and trust questions regarding California and Arizona estates.
I've been practicing real estate, probate estate and trust law in California since 1985 and in Arizona since 2005. I do NOT do homework questions. I am unable to advise on questions involving the laws of other states.
Arizona and California State Bar Associations and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Business degree from the University of New Mexico Juris Doctorate from Lincoln Law School of Sacramento, CA
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