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What if you could work with an estate law attorney who cares and listens to who you are and what is important to you?

Bruce Ketron, J.D., LLM, 226-1700    1700 Second Street, Suite 250, Napa, CA 84559

In practice for over 30 years, Bruce Ketron is a Certified Specialist in Estate Planning, Trust and Estate Law.

His practice of law is entirely devoted to the estate planning areas including trusts, probates, wills and related matters. Mr. Ketron is distinguished in his ability to promote wealth through estate, income and charitable tax planning. He focuses on helping clients put their affairs in order, avoiding pitfalls, and recognizing danger signs that are often overlooked. In all, he strives to give comfort and guidance to clients and those they care about.

As a trusted legal advisor, his stated goal is to help successful people to live lives of significance. He believes that only you can decide if you are successful and it is your choice.

Mr. Ketron earned his BA degree at UC Santa Barbara after completing an AA degree at the College of Marin. After receiving his Juris Doctor from the University of California Hastings College of the Law, he completed an LLM from the University of London, London School of Economics. His continuing education includes annual updates along with long term participation with and certifications from the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization in Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law, WealthCounsel, the National Network of Estate Planning Attorneys, and the Bar Association of Napa County and Sonoma County and the Redwood Empire Estate Planning Council.

He is a contributing author of Giving-Philanthropy for Everyone and Strictly Business-Planning Strategies for Privately Owned Business. He taught Trust Law at Empire Law School as well as Jurisprudence and other courses including Business Law at Santa Rosa Junior College. He was an instructor of Estate and Gift Tax in the graduate program at Golden Gate University.

He has done research projects including Abandonment of Seniors by Adult Children, along with Accountability in Charitable Giving and Civic Participation & Donations.