Mrs. Verdon founded the Hess-Verdon in 1990 and has successfully advised high net-worth individuals and corporate executives with their estate tax and corporate matters. She is a noted speaker on the subjects of Trust Litigation, Business, and Real Estate Litigation, and Advanced Estate Planning matters.
As the Managing Partner, Mrs. Verdon has built a team of experienced lawyers focusing on the following:
Business Law and business dispute litigation
Real Estate Law and litigation
Special Needs Trusts for Disabled Family Members,
Charitable Planning and many strategies for wealthy families who own businesses.
Probate and Probate litigation
Mrs. Verdon’s dedication to achieving results for her clients is unsurpassed. A track record of success and a reputation of excellence!
Hess-Verdon, a Southern California leading law firm, provides you, our preferred client, with the highest level of legal expertise and knowledge.
- Estate Planning
- Business Law
- Real Estate Law
- Trust Litigation
- Corporate Formation
- Trust Administration
There is no cost or obligation. When calling in, you will be set up with an initial phone consultation. You will speak to one of our experienced attorneys. You will feel the difference when working with Hess-Verdon. A team of professionals.
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Contingent Fees if the merits and nature of your case warrant.
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We work with you to keep your fees to a minimum by designing a strategy that gets the maximum result. We work diligently to promote a favorable settlement with the least expenditure of time. We have successfully represented a large variety of clients. The successful outcome of any given case, which is always dependent upon its specific facts, can never be guaranteed.
- English: Spoken, Written
- Managing Partner
- Hess-Verdon & Associates PLC
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- Western State Univ
- Undergraduate Degree
- Western State Univ COL
- Law Degree
- California State Bar  # 146626
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- Some Succession Planning Basics Business Owners Need to Know
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