Edward J. Corey Jr.

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Ed Corey is a shareholder in the firm’s Trusts and Estates Planning, Administration, and Litigation group. His practice focuses on estate and trust litigation, fiduciary abuse, elder financial abuse, contested trust administrations, probate, and contested conservatorships. Ed has extensive trial, arbitration, mediation, and appellate experience, and has successfully litigated a number of high-profile trust and elder financial abuse cases in Northern California.

Ed’s experience enables him to counsel clients on matters involving family or personal conflict and advise them of their rights, duties, and responsibilities. If matters cannot be resolved with dispute resolution alternatives, Ed will take the matter to trial. Ed is a respected expert in trust and estate litigation and elder financial abuse and is a sought-after speaker on both topics. He has testified before the legislature on topics related to trust and estate matters, conservatorships, and elder financial abuse and has assisted in drafting relevant legislation.

Fiduciaries of all experience levels often have a less-than-clear understanding of when attorney-client privilege protects them and when it does not. The attorney-client privilege rules as applied in
Member Price: $75.00
Non-Member Price: $100.00
CE / MCLE Awarded:
1.5
Presented Date: May 2, 2019
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