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Keith Schiller

Keith Schiller


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About Keith Schiller

Attorney Biography

Licensed for 47 years, Keith Schiller is a Estate and Probate Law and Tax Law lawyer in Alamo California who attended UC Berkeley School of Law

Practice Areas

 
Estate and Probate Law (28%)
 
Tax Law (27%)
 
Wills (12%)
 
Trusts (11%)
 
Estate Planning (11%)
 
Probate (11%)
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Bar Licenses

California State Bar
California
Member in Good Standing
1974

Education

UC Berkeley School of Law
UC Berkeley School of Law

Specialty Certifications

State Bar of California
Board Certified Specialist
Taxation Law
State Bar of California

Associations

California Lawyers Association, Trusts and Estates Section
Member
California Lawyers Association, Trusts and Estates Section

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Keith Schiller

3201 Danville Blvd Ste 285
Alamo, CA 94507
Office: 925-820-8500

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Bar License Information

California Bar Membership -

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


Specialty Certification Information

Taxation Law Certification -

CBLS Board Certification in Taxation Law - Lawyers certified as specialists in taxation law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization have demonstrated substantial involvement in this area of law.


The CBLS defines the term taxation law as encompassing the "field of law involving the Internal Revenue Code and other federal, state and local tax statutes and interpretive material in connection with matters in which issues of taxation are significant."


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