Brian Wyatt

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Brian Wyatt

Law Office of Brian D. Wyatt, PC

3406 American River Drive
Suite B
Sacramento, CA 95864
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Brian is an experienced California attorney whose practice focuses on trusts and estates, probate, and special needs planning. More than half of his clients have a loved one with disabilities.  He is a member of WealthCounsel, an association of America's top estate planning attorneys, and the Academy of Special Needs Planners. Brian received his law degree from the University of California, Berkeley (Boalt Hall School of Law) and a B.A. in Economics, summa cum laude, from UCLA, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He has been practicing law in California for more than a decade. Following law school, Brian clerked for The Honorable Joseph T. Sneed, III, of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. He then worked as a senior associate attorney with one of the nation's preeminent law firms, Covington & Burling. Despite this big-firm background, Brian believes that there is no more rewarding legal practice than helping individuals and families make the right legal choices, safeguard their assets, and leave a legacy for their loved ones. Brian belongs to the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys; ElderCounsel; the State Bar of California, Trusts and Estates Section; and the Sacramento County Bar Association, Probate and Estate Planning Section.

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