LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Probate litigation law firm RMO LLP is proud to announce that Scott Rahn, founding and managing partner, has once again been selected by his peers for inclusion in the 27th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America for his work in Litigation – Trusts and Estates.
“To be honored by my peers in this profession is a privilege, and I am appreciative to be in the company of so many leading attorneys around the country,” said Rahn, who serves on the Board of Directors for the Southland California Alzheimer’s Association.
Rahn serves as lead trial attorney for the firm’s trust, estate, probate and conservatorship cases. With Rahn firmly focused on probate litigation, RMO represents individual and charitable beneficiaries, individual, professional and corporate fiduciaries, and conservators and conservatees in contested probate court proceedings involving estate disputes, will and trust contests, trustee theft, disputed accountings, breach of fiduciary duty, fiduciary fraud, fiduciary misconduct, fiduciary neglect, investment mismanagement, financial elder abuse, incapacity, and undue influence claims. That laser-like focus helps RMO secure better client results sooner and for less legal spend.
Attorneys named to The Best Lawyers in America 2021 were recognized by their peers in the legal industry for their professional excellence in 146 practice areas. For the latest edition, over 8 million votes were analyzed, which resulted in the inclusion of more than 62,000 lawyers, or approximately 5% of lawyers in private practice in the United States. Corporate Counsel magazine has called Best Lawyers "the most respected referral list of attorneys in practice."
RMO LLP provides personal, cost-effective litigation services to individual and institutional clients. The firm's attorneys focus on trust, estate, probate, conservatorship, securities and business litigation. RMO has offices in Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, Kansas City and Miami. For more information, please visit https://rmolawyers.com/.