We should never be Royals

By Hoge Fenton | 12.22.2022 | Firm Post

On November 29, 2022, the Daily Journal published an article by Hoge Fenton Attorneys Clare Capaccioli Velasquez and Ariel Siner, clarifying and reminding practitioners that financial elder abuse actions are eligible for pretrial attachment orders. Read the full article here.

Clare Capaccioli Velasquez is an associate in the firm’s Trusts and Estate Litigation Practice Group. She works closely with her clients in all stages of litigation including counseling and advising through mediation and trial. Clare also has relevant experience with Trust and Probate disputes in cases involving financial elder abuse, will and trust contests involving issues of capacity and undue influence, breach of fiduciary duties, removal and surcharge actions, reformation, construction and modification issues, and recovery of trust assets.
Ariel Siner is an associate in the firm’s Estates and Trusts Group. Her practice centers around ensuring clients make informed and empowered decisions regarding their wealth transfers. She drafts estate plans, including complex tax planning for high-net worth individuals and their families if needed. Additionally, Ariel works with the Trust and Estate Litigation team to guide clients through the litigation process when estate plans—or the lack thereof—go bad. Ariel also has assisted the firm’s Corporate Group in entity formation and dissolution, and mergers and acquisitions.
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