How Did You Become a Specialist in Probate Law?

Our Oakland Probate Litigation Lawyer Explains His Specialty

In the video below, Oakland probate litigation attorney Charles Triay talks about how he received and maintains his certification as a specialist in the legal area of probate law. As a probate law specialist, he is required to keep up-to-date on probate law changes and regulations through continuing education as well as seek recertification every five years. The Triay Law Office is able to answer any of your questions about defective wills and trusts when you schedule a consultation with our firm.

Video Transcription

That’s a good question. To become a certified specialist in any area, including probate, you have to do three things: You have to get letters of reference from experienced attorneys and judges attesting to your ability. You have to fulfill certain practice requirements about how many cases of each type you’ve handled and attest to that. You have to also pass an exam. Then after you become a certified legal specialist, you have to participate in continuing education and stay up-to-date and stay fresh on current law and get recertified every five years. If you would like more information about probate litigation or probate in general, please visit my website at triaylaw.com.