Notarization Alternatives for California Estate Plans in the Age of COVID-19

By Hoge Fenton | 05.21.2020 | Client Alerts

Please note: this webinar is by invitation only

COVID-19 is impacting the estate planning process in many ways, particularly notarization practices and assessing undue influence.

When an estate plan is executed in the future and a dispute arises, how will the courts assess estate plan irregularities that happened during the time of COVID-19?

As a veteran trust & estates litigator, Denise Chambliss will share her insights and perspective these issues:

  • Impact of COVID-19 notarization practices in litigation
  • Undue influence

Shareholder, Chair
Trust & Estate Litigation

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