The office of Jill G. Wilson practices law in Santa Cruz, California and Santa Cruz Co..
Our entire staff is dedicated to helping clients with their legal matters regarding: -Estate Planning -Trusts -Wills Please contact our Santa Cruz law firm with questions about your legal issue. Provide as much information as possible regarding your inquiry. While this contact does not serve to establish an attorney/client relationship, it will allow our legal team to begin an assessment of your case.
848 Hanover Street, Suite A
Santa Cruz CA 95062
The law office of Jill G. Wilson will represent your estate planning legal matters.
-Estate Planning -Probate and Elder Law -Trust Administration -Trusts -Wills
-University of California at Santa Barbara, B.A., History, with high honors, 1968
-University of California, Berkeley School of Law, J.D., 1972
-1972, California, U.S. District Court, Northern District of California and U.S. Supreme Court
-Santa Cruz County Bar Association (President, 1995; Board Member, 1990-1996)
-Women Lawyers of Santa Cruz County (Board Member, 2006)
-Community Foundation of Santa Cruz County (Board Member and Secretary, 1998-2007)
-Cabrillo College Foundation (Board Member, 1996-2003)
-Senior Citizen's Legal Services (President and Board Member, 1985-2001)
-Alzheimer's Association (Board Member, 1988-1995, 2005-)
-Santa Cruz Estate Planning Council
San Francisco, California, May 21, 1946
Recipient, Roland K. Hall Public Service Award, Santa Cruz County Bar Association, 1996
Instructor: University of Kansas Law School, Commercial Law, 1975 ; University of California Extension Paralegal Program, 1994-1996
Corporate Counsel, Bank of America, 1973-1978
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