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San Francisco Wills & Probate Lawyer

San Francisco Probate Law—Wills, Trusts, Estates & Estate Planning

You Guard Their Present. Now Guard Their Future.

Leveraging Probate Laws in San Francisco

California estate planning offers plenty of options to protect your legacy and your loved ones after you or a family member pass.

The challenge for families and business professionals is deciding which opportunities serve their financial planning needs.

The law firm of Henry L. Glasser provides services for all aspects of estate planning:

  • Power of attorney
  • Wills
  • Community property
  • Separate property
  • Tenancies in common, or other property sharing
  • Life insurance policies
  • Gifts
  • Payable-on-death accounts
  • Trusts
  • Living or revocable trusts
  • IRAS
  • Guardianship
  • Conservatorship
  • Probate

Contest a Will in San Francisco

What if your loved one’s wishes aren’t being honored?

The pain and confusion of deciding to enter into will litigation in San Francisco is difficult.

Henry L. Glasser understands you need to minimize your hurt and find an effective legal solution that maximizes probate laws in San Francisco for your family.

Sometimes, this happens during the course of probate, or the process by which the courts validate and administer the will of the deceased.

Someone may contest part of the validation process or you may realize an issue when the assets are being divided.

If you need an attorney to help you contest a will in San Francisco, contact Henry L. Glasser.

The firm approaches will litigation with dignity and respect for all parties involved, so that you can feel like a positive, effective part of your loved one’s legacy.

Call the law offices of Henry L. Glasser San Francisco Wills Attorney at 1-877-213-7924.

 

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