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For the safety of our community, clients and staff, we have suspended all in-person meeting effective March 17, 2020. All consultation meetings will be via Phone or Zoom Video Conferencing. Please contact us at 925-484-0888 or email us directly at [email protected] to schedule the consultation.

Bay Area Estate And Tax Planning Law Firm
Estate Planning
Trust Administration and probate
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Our Response to COVID-19

In response to the uncertainty we are facing during this difficult time, we recommend you to only come in to our office to sign the estate planning documents if it’s essential to you and you are otherwise not sick. We implemented a minimum contact procedure for the signing where you will be signing in one room, and the signing attorney will give you the signing direction via Zoom video conference in a separate room in the office. Therefore, it is very important that we have all of the documents ready for signing on the scheduled date. We will not be able to make changes to the document during the signing.

Thank you for your cooperation during the pandemic.

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