Napa Estate Attorney Bruce Ketron cares about your concerns

Napa Estate Attorney in the San Francisco North Bay

Do You Have Questions About the Following?

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Bruce Ketron, J.D., LLM

Trust & Estate Law Specialist*

“I Advise,
You Decide”


Bruce Ketron is a Specialist in Estate Planning, Trust and Estate Law* by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization

Why should I talk to Attorney Bruce Ketron?

When working with any professional, you want to make sure that the person you hire
is the right fit for you.

If you want:
  1. An attorney to take the legal steps customized to your individual situation.
  2. To work with an attorney who will LISTEN to you and address your needs now and as well as help your loved ones after you are gone.
  3. Someone who really knows the field.  Bruce Ketron is a State Bar Certified Specialist* whose law practice is limited to the field of Trusts & Estates – that’s all he does!
  4. Someone who can handle any situation that may arise while you are living and after you are gone.
Then call our office to schedule a Complimentary Estate Planning Evaluation.

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Successful Families Plan for Success,
and Carry Out Their Plan

No one plans to fail… but failing to plan…  (Why Plan?)

Can we help you plan for a successful outcome?

  1. Living Trust (if appropriate) with Trust Administration Preparation
  2. Last Will and Testament
  3. Durable Powers of Attorney
  4. Conservator Nomination
  5. Documents to help you get started “funding” your trust – only assets in your trust are protected by the trust
Then call our office to schedule a Complimentary Estate Planning Evaluation.

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What is a Living Trust?

It is a set of written instructions for who handles your assets and how the assets are to be handled during your life and after.

A Living Trust (also called a “Revocable Living Trust” or a “Family Trust”) is a legal document that contains your instructions. It sets out who handles your assets when you cannot manage them and how to distribute property after death. It has the status of a legal entity with its own IRS taxpayer identification number (which is your Social Security number when you are alive). (Find out more)

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“I’m Becoming Disabled and Need Help
Managing My Affairs.”

How does my agent handle things for me under a Power of Attorney?

Do you need help with any of the following?

  1. My child is disabled and I need a lawyer to protect him when I’m gone
  2. I need to help a loved one… how do I do it right?
  3. How do I make sure I’m in control of my affairs a long as need be?
  4. I’m becoming disabled and need help.
  5. How can I make sure that the right person is there to help me out when needed?

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“We’re Dealing with an Impending Death in the
Family…Can You Help Us?”

Protection of Your Property

Ketron & Associates can share with you what others have done well. But there are pitfalls and things to know as we all have heard about when things did not go well. The lawyer has a duty to let you know what to do and the best way to do what must be done.

We Provide the following benefits to guide you through the passing of a loved one.

  1. Comfort and Peace of Mind of Having Your Affairs in Order
  2. Last Minute Steps that Might be Appropriate
  3. Listening Support and Sharing
  4. Property and Personal Protection
  5. Preventing Problems and Overcoming Difficulties

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“I Need the Guidance of an Expert to Help
an Estate that has Gone Wrong.”

Let me help you with an estate that has been mismanaged.  Other lawyers call Ketron and Associates to consult with THEM!

Can We Help You with Any of the Following?

  1. I want the best information from an experienced expert.
  2. Sometimes it’s a family dispute. Someone didn’t do the work to resolve the estate. Current trustee didn’t perform!
  3. I need the guidance of an expert to keep me out of trouble.
  4. I’ve inherited money and need to know how best to handle it.
  5. Some things have come up – I don’t know who to talk to.

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