Barbara L. Stagg has been a practicing attorney for more than 20 years, currently specializing in estate planning, probate, estate administration, wills and trusts, conservatorships, elder abuse and alternative dispute resolution. She is a careful and thoughtful listener, experienced in the preparation of wills and trusts and in representing executors, trustees and beneficiaries.
Her estate planning services include reviewing her clients' individual asset and family information, recommending an appropriate combination of will, trust and power of attorney documents, and drafting these documents to make sure their intents for asset management and post-mortem distribution are carried out. Barbara takes pride in understanding the needs of her clients and in making sure these needs are met.
Handling estate administration matters includes probate and/or trust administration and includes providing support for families during that difficult period when a key family member has died leaving essential administrative tasks to handle.
Barbara's office is in Petaluma, California, but she also meets with clients in their homes in Sonoma and Marin counties.
Barbara has a previous background in land use and environmental law, including training and experience in managing complex negotiations and conflict management, as well as in completing various research and writing projects.
205 Keller Street, Suite 203, Petaluma, CA 94952, US
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