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Ann O’Hara received her J.D. degree from Golden Gate University School of Law in 2004.  Ann started her legal career as an intern at a small Trusts & Estates firm in Oakland during law school. She continued with the firm as an associate attorney drafting estate plans, administering trusts and estates, and honing her skills representing private professional fiduciaries in elder abuse cases.  In 2011, Ann established her own private practice in Berkeley specializing in conservatorships, elder abuse, and incapacity.

The Law Office of Ann E. O’Hara was a highly reputable Trusts & Estates practice in the Bay Area.  Ann spoke at symposiums, hospitals, and professional organizations on all areas of fiduciary law.  While growing her practice, Ann was a two-time Chair of the Elder Law, Conservatorship & Guardianship Committee of the East Bay Trusts & Estates Lawyers (EBTEL), served on the Board of EBTEL as Secretary in 2014, Vice President in 2015 and President in 2016.  In 2015-2016, Ann also served on the Board of Directors for Legal Assistance for Seniors (LAS), the largest non-profit in Alameda County serving the needs of elders.

In 2016, Ann and her husband, relocated to Long Beach to raise their two children in sunny Southern California.  While slowly wrapping up matters and closing her Berkeley practice, Ann served as a Vice President & Senior Fiduciary Trust Administrator at Wells Fargo Bank in the Wealth Management division.  Ann is extremely excited to be back in a legal capacity advising and protecting clients at Kaiser Law Group, and she is confident that her specialized knowledge and experience are an asset to the practice.

CONTACT INFO

Email: ann@kaiserlg.com

Office: 562-343-2843

Fax: 815-301-9254

“Super relieved”

“Anne was amazing and the perfect fit. She was so knowledgeable and she had the perfect balance of professionalism, humor and tact. We feel we are now in capable hands with hope and as luck would turn out she has knowledge and connections with the proper people with respect to a possible conservatorship in my parents’ county of Contra Costa. We are super relieved.”

Rick