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John Benjamin Selters III III

John Benjamin Selters III III


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Selters & Selters
Pomona, CA

About John Benjamin Selters III III

Attorney Biography

Licensed for 41 years, John Benjamin Selters III III is a Estate and Probate Law and Trusts lawyer in Pomona California who attended UC Hastings College of the Law

Practice Areas

 
Estate and Probate Law (51%)
 
Trusts (13%)
 
Wills (12%)
 
Estate Planning (12%)
 
Probate (12%)

Résumé - John Benjamin Selters III III

Bar Licenses

California State Bar
California
Member in Good Standing
1978

Education

UC Hastings College of the Law
UC Hastings College of the Law

Specialty Certifications

California Board of Legal Specialization
Board Certified Specialist
Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law
California Board of Legal Specialization

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Contact John Benjamin Selters III III

John Benjamin Selters III III
Selters & Selters
399 W Mission Blvd # K
Pomona, CA 91766
Office: 909-622-2507
Fax: 909-622-0545

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Bar Membership Information

California Bar Membership -

John Benjamin Selters III III - Profile information with the State Bar of California - Find more information about John Benjamin Selters III III on the State Bar of California website, including: current status, actions affecting eligibility to practice law and disciplinary history.


Specialty Certification Information

Estate and Probate Law Certification -

CBLS Board Certification in Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law - Lawyers certified in Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law with the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization have demonstrated substantial involvement in this area of practice.


The CBLS defines the term "estate planning, trust and probate law" as the practice of law dealing with:


  • "the creation, protection and disposition of a client's assets, during life and upon and after death, in accordance with the client's expressed desires;

  • the tax and family relationship consequences of the client's acts and desires;

  • the preparation of wills, trusts and other documents to carry out the client's desires;

  • the administration of estates and trusts (such as necessary court or non-court procedures; tax reporting, payment of tax and tax audits; and management and transfer of assets); and

  • the protection of the property and provision for the personal needs of individuals unable to handle their own affairs by reason of age, illness or other incapacity."


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