What Side Do You Represent?

Oakland Probate Litigation Lawyers for Contestants and Respondents

In this video, Oakland probate litigation attorney Charles Triay offers insight into the types of cases and clients his law office represents. If you have an inheritance dispute, a defective will or trust or breach of fiduciary duty claim, contact the attorneys at our office for legal advice and representation.

Video Transcription

I represent both sides in these cases both the contestant and the defendant if you will, often called the respondent in this area of law. I can’t say that I’ve ever represented somebody who exerted undue influence but I’ve represented people who’ve been falsely accused of exerting influence.

Representing both sides does give you a unique perspective on what the other side is thinking and what to expect in the way of tactics and strategies from the other side. We joke around in our office, it’s uncanny we’ll handle a particular case and within a year we’ll get the exact same case but we’re on the other side. It’s almost spooky.

I’m Charles Triay. If you’re involved in a probate litigation case and need representation, please call me (510) 463-3165.