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The Attorneys of the Cohen Law Office pride themselves on being able to clearly explain wills and trusts, the law as it applies to them and will attempt to mediate family disputes whenever possible. However, there are those occasions where someone feels that their parent may have been unduly influenced by another and that this caused them to change their estate plan, or that there is clearly something just wrong with the estate plan. In those cases, the Attorneys of the Cohen Law Office will provide top notch advocacy for their clients from the beginning of a case through trial. There is no need to hire “litigation” counsel as Mr. Cohen has been trying civil and probate cases for nearly 20 years with an amazing success rate.

  • Trusts/Wills procured by Fraud, Undue Influence, Duress 
  • Omitted Heirs 
  • Trust/Will Interpretation and Contests 
  • Family Allowances 
  • Spousal Property Petitions

How Are Elders and Dependents Defined?

Elders are persons who are 65 years of age or older. Dependents are persons 18 years or older with mental or physical disabilities that keep them from performing normal activities themselves.

What is Elder/Dependent Abuse?

Elder/Dependent abuse occurs when someone suffers physical abuse, abduction, isolation, abandonment, or other behavior that causes physical harm, mental suffering, or deprivation from a caregiver. It can also occur when there is a deprivation of services that the elder or dependent adult needs to avoid physical harm or mental suffering.

If you have further questions, contact The Cohen Law Office, PC at 650-592-8600 for more information concerning these, and other legal issues.