Allison M. Pedrazzi
Allison Pedrazzi (“Allie”) is an associate in the firm’s Trusts and Estates practice, where she works with families and individuals in all aspects of estate planning, trust and probate administration, and related real estate, tax and business succession issues. Allie draws on her personal experience with her family’s trust administration to assist families in evaluating their goals and options before crafting detailed and personalized plans.
In her years of practice in corporate and real estate law, Allie gained extensive experience working with complex business structures in a wide variety of industries, which she brings to her work in succession planning and generational wealth transfer.
Allie lives in Davis with her husband and young daughter, and enjoys being part of the vibrant Central Valley community.
State Bar of California, Trust and Estates Section, Member
Stanford Law Review, Symposium Committee Editor and Outstanding Contribution Award
Stanford Law School, Gerald E. Gunther Class Prize in Estate Planning
Stanford Law School, Gerald E. Gunther Class Prize in Property
Stanford Law School, Gerald E. Gunther Class Prize in Antitrust
J.D., Stanford Law School, 2011
B.A., summa cum laude, University of California, Davis, 2004
Webinar: Estate Planning in 2020 – What You Need To Know About Estate Planning Now
On May 6, Kay Brooks and Allison Pedrazzi presented What You Need to Know About Estate Planning Now, hosted by the Capital Region Family Business Center. This webinar covered important aspects of estate planning in 2020,
Allison M. Pedrazzi Joins Weintraub
Weintraub is pleased to welcome Allison M. Pedrazzi to our Trusts & Estates Group. Allie works with families and individuals in all aspects of estate planning, trust and probate administration, and related real estate,
Guess What? The Laws HAVE Changed – Avoiding a Conduit Trust Catastrophe after the SECURE Act
Like most estate planners, we always remind clients that tax and estate planning laws are subject to change and frequently do. As busy practitioners, it is impossible for us to reach out to every client when a change might affect him or her,
When Do You NOT have the Right to Remain Silent? Conservatorship Proceedings and Equal Protection Clause Claims
Thanks to Law and Order, we’re all familiar with the beginning of a person’s Miranda Warning: “You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law.” What many may not know,
Casebriefs – How Recent Decisions Could Impact You
In our monthly department meetings, the trusts and estates group at Weintraub keeps current by reviewing recent cases and discussing how they could affect our practice. See below for some highlights from the past few months: Pena v.