Of 40 trials conducted through verdict. Millions of dollars in deal transactions. Maximum leverage.
In today's world, every law firm defines themselves as the "top firm," the "premier firm," or the "best firm." Every lawyer pays large sums of money for a trophy designation like "SuperLawyer" or "Top Lawyer." They think that makes them unique.
At Hogle Law, we define ourselves by taking the "top firms" and "SuperLawyers" to the woodshed. We're unique because we have "bet the business" litigation and trial experience. We're unique because we have "get the deal done" transactional experience. Hogle Law is: Any trial. Any transaction. Any opponent. And we earn that designation in courtrooms and boardrooms every day.
If you're looking for maximum leverage in your business transaction or trial, give my firm a call. We do not take all cases, but if we choose to take your case that means we believe in you or your business. We'll fight for you in court. We'll negotiate the best deal for you on your transaction. Ultimately, we'll put you in the best position to win, however that may be defined.
- Business Law
- Securities Law
- Stockbroker & Investment Fraud
- Intellectual Property
- Estate Planning
- Free Consultation
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Contingent Fees
- State Bar of California
- ID Number: 238696
- Idaho State Bar
- ID Number: 10830
- English: Spoken, Written
- Pro bono attorney
- - Current
- Kevin Hogle volunteers, pro bono, to represent CASA (Family Advocates) guardian ad litems in court proceedings regarding neglected or abused children.
- Michigan State University College of Law
- J.D. (2005) | Law
- Honors: Cum Laude honors graduate with "Corporate Law" concentration.
- University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
- B.A. (2002) | Psychology
- Activities: Sigma Chi fraternity
- The CPA's Guide to Start-Ups, Boise, Idaho
- Idaho Society of Certified Public Accountants
- For any client that desires to start (or acquire) their own business, our job, as professional advisors, is to educate our clients regarding what may happen not only if their business succeeds, but also if their business fails or the circumstances of the owners’ changes over time. This presentation covered planning for the success, failure, or changed circumstances in the beginning stages of a start-up as opposed to after it's too late.
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- Q. My uncle inherited millions from my grandmother with she died by changing her will or getting her to change her will.
- A: Your uncle's estate will likely be distributed according to his own estate plan, as opposed to your grandmother's. If your uncle has no trust or last will (his "estate plan"), his assets will be distributed according to a table of consanguinity. That table basically looks at what relatives are eligible to inherit estates where there is no estate plan during a probate proceeding. If your uncle has an estate plan, those terms will dictate to whom and how the assets will be distributed. Assuming there is no estate plan, siblings are a potential beneficiary, so your dad may be on the list of persons eligible to inherit your uncle's estate. However, if your uncle had children or a spouse, they may have priority over your dad. This would be evaluated during a probate proceeding in California. I'm licensed to practice in California and Idaho, but you should ask your dad to contact a lawyer in addition to this short answer I've provided.