Ginzburg & Bronshteyn, LLP
With decades of litigation experience Mr. Bronshteyn’s practice focuses on complex estate and trust litigation, probate and trust administration, conservatorships, will contests, inter-generational family controversies, and complex family law matters. Mr. Bronshteyn is actively engaged in the Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA), as a member of the Executive Committee of the LACBA Trust & Estates Section. Yasha Bronshteyn has each been named by their peers for inclusion in the 2016-2021 Super Lawyers list. Each year, only five percent of lawyers throughout California are named by the research team to be a 'Super Lawyer'. Yasha Bronshteyn was recognized as 'Top Rated Estate & Trust Litigation Attorneys in Southern California.' Super Lawyers, part of Thomson Reuters, is a rating of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Also, Recognized by US News Best Lawyers®.
Defended owner of National Basketball Association in Probate Trial after spouse filed Petition for Approval of Team Sale without consent under Trust Provisions related to incompetence.
Represented beneficiary in 9 day trial concerning issues such as Lack of Capacity, Undue Influence, Quiet Title, Independent Review, and Gifts to Caregivers.Represented Personal
Representative at Trial based on Petition for Order Directing Conveyance of Property to Estate, Request for Double Damages and Punitive Damages.
Represented sibling at trial on a highly contested conservatorship proceeding, with multiple competing petitioners.Represented co-conservators at trial on an accounting in contested conservatorship proceeding.Represented Conservator of the Person and Estate at trial. Conservator's theories of recovery were based on conversion of conservatee's real property, Elder abuse, and the power of the court to adjudicate an estate's claims against persons charged with embezzling, concealing, or otherwise wrongfully taking or retaining property belong to the estate. (Probate Code §850(a)(2)(D) & Probate Code §859).
Represented spouse with complex dissolution given entertainment industry issues.