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  • How to Contest a Will In California
    How to Contest a Will In California

    There are times when a will is challenged in California. There are many reason why this happens and the law sets forth the procedures to follow in making a challenge. Some reasons a will may be ...

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  • Ted Hankin of Lytton Williams Messina and Hankin LLP as featured in: INLAND EMPIRE MAGAZINE, Top Lawyers Resource Guide, Fall 2013 edition.
    Ted Hankin of Lytton Williams Messina and Hankin LLP as featured in: INLAND EMPIRE MAGAZINE, Top Lawyers Resource Guide, Fall 2013 edition.

    Lytton Williams Messina & Hankin LLP (the “Firm”) maintain close relationships with their clients and continue to make personalized service their number one priority. Partners Lytton Willaims and ...

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  • Judgments Come With An Expiration Date; Or Do They?
    Judgments Come With An Expiration Date; Or Do They?

    You have been successful and obtained a California judgment against your adversary. However, you have been unsuccessful in collecting on it. Should you be concerned about the passage of time? After ...

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  • Estate Planner's Role In California
    Estate Planner's Role In California

    What is my role as an estate planner in California? I gather personal and financial information from my clients in order to assess what estate planning product or products are best suited to their ...

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  • Patterns in Estate Planning in California
    Patterns in Estate Planning in California

    Patterns occur in estate planning just like in other fields. The following are typical patterns that I deal with: 1. Parents with minor children At the very least, a will is required because if the ...

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  • What Ifs??? Presented to the Estate Planner in California
    What Ifs??? Presented to the Estate Planner in California

    What if, despite everyone’s good intentions, there is conflict after the death? What if an heir or beneficiary or someone who thinks that they should have been made an heir or beneficiary complains? ...

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