3 Programs with Craig Gross, Esq.

Craig Gross received his Juris Doctorate in 1993 from Hastings College of Law and was licensed to practice in California the same year. Craig devotes his practice to probate and trust administration, Probate Court litigation, conservatorships and guardianships, and estate planning. Craig has also argued more than a dozen times before the California Courts of Appeal, including among his successes, Ike v. Doolittle (1998) 61 Cal.App.4th 5, a landmark case on the interpretation and reformation of trusts. Craig is a member of the Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law sections of the California State Bar and the San Diego County Bar Association. Craig is also certified by the State Bar of California as a legal specialist in Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law.

 
2017 - Best of Civil Bundle

Published by San Diego County Bar Association


This bundle includes the following programs:
  • Civil Trial Advocacy Part 1 (6.5 General Participatory Credits)
  • Civil Trial Advocacy Part 2 (2.0 General Participatory Credits)
  • Civil Trial Advocacy Part 3 (2.0 General Participatory Credits)
  • Death of a Litigant & Creditor’s Claims - Civil & Probate Cross-Over Issues (1.0 General Participatory Credit)
  • The Jury is Watching (1.5 General and 0.5 Legal Ethics Participatory Credits)
  • Going Beyond Bates Stamps: An Overview of E-Discovery for Civil Litigators (1.0 General Participatory Credit)
  • Laying the Foundation (2.0 General Participatory Credits)
  • Demystifying Economic Expert Depositions (1.0 General Participatory Credit)
2017 - Best of Estate/Probate Bundle

Published by San Diego County Bar Association


This bundle includes the following programs:
  • Capacity Issues in Trusts & Estates (1.0 General Participatory Credit & Estate Planning Specialization Applies)
  • Court Confirmed Sales of Real Property for Estate Planning Attorneys (1.0 General Participatory & Estate Planning Specialization Applies)
  • Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law: 2016 Year in Review (1.0 General Participatory Credit and 1.0 Specialization Credit)
  • Fiduciary Selection (1.0 General Participatory Credit, Estate Planning Applies)
  • The Different Medi-Cal Programs Available and the Recovery That Affects Them All (1.0 General Participatory Credit, 1.0 Estate Planning Specialization)
  • EOLOA, Other Options, and the Role of Hospice (1.0 General Participatory Credit)
  • Death of a Litigant & Creditor’s Claims - Civil & Probate Cross-Over Issues (1.0 General Participatory Credit)

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