Los Altos Estate Planning Law Firm, Kramer Radin, LLP
Established in 1995, Kramer Radin, LLP is a law firm dedicated to the practice of estate planning, probate, trust administration, conservatorships and all related aspects of estate management including trust and estate litigation. Our attorneys advise regarding related issues including gifting, charitable giving, business succession planning, prevention of elder abuse, Medi-Cal planning, and dispute resolution. Our team of experienced legal professionals encourages our clients to plan and administer their estates wisely to provide for their loved ones, protect their assets from unnecessary legal and tax expenses and carry out well-thought-out estate protection and continuity. Kramer Radin, LLP is a full service law firm whose goals are to:
- Preserve wealth;
- Minimize taxes;
- Provide smooth and well-planned estate transfers;
- Avoid family crises;
- Consider incapacity planning; and
- Be your staunch advocate in the event of a legal dispute.
We invite you to contact us for further information on the services we offer. To schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys, contact Kramer Radin, LLP.
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Thanks to our clients, Kramer Radin LLP is growing in all of our practice areas. We are actively seeking excellent attorneys and/or paralegals with experience to join our team. If you know someone who has an exceptional track record of excellence looking for more flexibility to serve his/her clients, please let us know by emailing our office manager at email@example.com. All contact will be kept in strict confidence.
From their office in Los Altos, California, Kramer Radin, LLP represents clients in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties, including Palo Alto, Sunnyvale, Cupertino, San Jose, Silicon Valley, and the Peninsula/South Bay Area of Northern California in estate planning, probate and trust administration and litigation, conservatorship and elder abuse matters.