Tag: COVID-19 Virus

How Does Amended California Emergency Rule 9 Affect Probate Proceedings?

(Editor’s Note: The example in the post below has been revised.) 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 … 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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