David Knitter

David Knitter

California - Solano County - David Knitter
Law Firm: Knitter & Knitter LLP
Address: 595 Buck Ave Suite D Vacaville, CA 95688
Phone: 707-469-8880
Website: http://www.knitterlaw.com

General Information

Services: Estate Planning & Administration
Email: davek@knitterlaw.com
Percent of Practice (Probate): 75%


Bar Admissions State: California
Bar Admissions Year: 1988
Bar Number: 139145
County Bar Associations: Solano Napa Sacramento
Court Admissions: US Court of Appeal 9th Circuit - 1989 All Courts of California - 1988 US Eastern District - 1988
Professional Memberships: Professional Memberships: Mr. Knitter is active in the community and is immediate Past President of the Solano County Bar Association, member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA)with an experience rating in contested trust, probate, and conservatorship matters. He serves on the NAELA Litigation SIG Steering Committee, has served on the Board of Directors for the Area Agency on Aging Serving Napa-Solano Counties, the Solano Community Foundation and other local Boards. He is the current Chair of the Vacaville Commission on Aging. Representative presentations/Lectures Unintended Results of No Contest Clauses, Alameda County Bar, April 26, 2005 Preventing Financial Elder Abuse, Annual Senior Health Summit-City of Vacaville, May 12, 2005 Estate Litigation Evaluation and Strategies- National Association of Elder Law Attorneys- National Symposium, May 19, 2005 Alameda County Bar Association- Fifth Annual Spring Symposium, June 8, 2005 Northern California Association of Realtors- Senior Real Estate Specialist training, Summer 2007 Partial List of Published Articles and Educational Materials Evaluating Litigation Cases-multiple (Alameda County Bar Symposium, National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys National Symposium) What is Financial Elder Abuse (published in Prime Time Seniors magazine) Trust Basics (published in PrimeTime Seniors December – January 2006) Advance Health Care Directive – We All Need One (published in Prime Time Seniors - April/May 2006) Beware – Powers of Attorneys Can Be Abused (published Prime Time Seniors - October/November 2006 What is Philanthropy and Where Has It Gone (published Prime Time Seniors June/July - 2007) Should Marrying for Money be Stopped-Drawing the line between elder rights and prevention of elder abuse (“The Advocate”-National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys - Fall 2007 Issue)
Undergrad Degree: Univeristy of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1985 Milwaukee, WI Degree: BA Major: Philosophy Awards: Richard Peltz Memorial Award for Excellence in Philosophy
Graduate Degree:
Law Degree: UOP-McGeorge School of Law 1988 Sacramento, CA J.D.

Work History

Number of Attorneys: 2
State License: California
Previous Employment: Gaw Van Male - Charir, Estates Litigation Department
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