Tag: COVID-19 Virus

How Does Amended California Emergency Rule 9 Affect Probate Proceedings?

California causes of action are subject to various statutes of limitation.  Unless a plaintiff or petitioner files a complaint or other document asserting a cause of action within the applicable limitations period, the filing will be deemed time barred and subject to dismissal.  Under some circumstances, however, statutes of limitation may be tolled or suspended … Continue Reading

What California Trust and Estate Litigation Will Arise from the Economic Downturn?

The COVID-19 pandemic has idled workers and the coming weeks will bring more news of business closures and bankruptcies.  After a decade of sustained growth, we are facing a recession of uncertain depth and duration.  The New York Times recently reported that some Americans are turning (or perhaps returning) to “financial therapy” for support. In … Continue Reading

California Estate Planning Disrupted by COVID-19 Virus and “Social Distancing”

What a difference a few weeks make!  A month ago, the COVID-19 virus was a distant threat.  Over the last few weeks, California courts and law offices have closed, leaving families at home and uncertainty as to when “normal” will return. Colleagues share that COVID-19 has led to a flurry of calls from clients who … Continue Reading
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