Catanese and Wells Announces Complementary Estate and Probate Law Seminar

Catanese & Wells, a law corporation based in Westlake Village, California, recently announced that it will be offering complementary seminars to the public to address common issues which arise in the creation of wills and trusts. It will also discuss problems that occur after the parents have passed away and the children are left with the parents’ estate.

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Our firm is excited about the opportunity to share our experience and opinions related to common problems facing most families when they have elderly parents or grandparents.

(PRWEB) December 03, 2013

Catanese & Wells, a law corporation based in Westlake Village that specializes in California probate law, recently announced that it would be offering complementary seminars to the public to address common issues which arise in the creation of wills and trusts. The firm will also discuss the problems which occur after the parents have passed away and the children are left with the parents’ estate.

Topics will include – when is a will or a trust open to a legal challenge, what are early signs of undue influence or fraud on an elderly person, what effect does a “no contest” clause mean in an estate document, as well as the definition of a conservatorship in California. Catanese & Wells will be offering the complementary seminars starting in January of 2014 throughout Los Angeles and Ventura counties.

"Our firm is excited about the opportunity to share our experience and opinions related to common problems facing most families when they have elderly parents or grandparents," said Mr. Catanese, a senior attorney with the firm. "Many people do not understand what can happen in the courtroom after someone dies and they leave a will or a trust which is suspect or incomplete, our hope is to provide some insight to seminar guests to help them better understand some of the real pitfalls in estate planning.”

Catanese & Wells plans on publishing the specific dates and locations of the seminars in 2014.

About Catanese & Wells:
To learn more about T. Randolph Catanese, Esq. or Catanese & Wells please visit the law firm website at http://www.cataneselaw.com. Catanese & Wells publishes a quarterly newsletter regarding probate and estate legal issues. The newsletter is available upon request. Mr. Catanese may be reached directly at the law firm at (818) 707-0407.


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