Frequently Asked Questions
If you’re unsure where to start, don’t fret as you’re not alone. While many of our client’s questions come up again and again, experience has taught us that the most important questions usually do not even get asked. That’s because, generally speaking, most people don't know what they don’t know. So please take some time here, in our frequently asked question section, to familiarize yourself with the basics. Then contact us, so we can address your specific estate planning, elder law, and administration needs directly.
During your initial consultation, certified estate planning elder law specialist, Randall Kaiden, Esq., will not only highlight issues and problems you’ve probably not considered, he will also discuss how to solve them.
“Randall goes above and beyond to do what’s best for his clients.”- Mychal Bogan
“Kaiden Elder Law Group is a breath of fresh air! The staff is very friendly and welcoming.”- Danielle Sandelli
“From the first time I called Randall & his associates, they made me feel at ease & in good hands.”- Hector Gika
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What Sets Us Apart?
Over 20 Years of Legal Experience
Attorney Kaiden has garnered over two decades of experience working with firms large and small, along with gaining extensive skill from time spent in the courtroom.
Remote Services Available
We provide traditional in-person services as well as conferences via phone, Zoom, and Skype, maximizing convenience and efficiency to fit your lifestyle.
English & Russian Speaking Services
We offer bilingual services in English and Russian to facilitate communication.
Board Certified Attorney
Attorney Randall Kaiden is one of the few California attorneys who has been Certified as a Specialist in Estate Planning, Probate and Trust Law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization. He has also been recognized and rated by other California attorneys as a Martindale-Hubble AV Rated Preeminent Attorney and holds a perfect 10 out of 10 rating on AVVO Legal for estate planning and elder law.