Growing up my parents worked hard to make sure I had everything I needed to be successful. My success was more important to theirs. When I was 28 years old my mom had a stroke. My parents were divorced so my mom was alone during this ordeal. I knew nothing about her financial situation. I did not know what bills to pay, where to pay it from, or even what accounts she had. During this time she was taking care of my older brother who was bed ridden with psoriatic arthritis.
Although I was 28 years old, I had no clue what to do. Fortunately upon consulting a lawyer we were able to piece everything together. She could have lost everything.
My goal is to give people the peace of mind that their family is taken care of upon death and disability. I help my clients identify what and whom is important to them. People have worked their whole lives for their family. We solve the puzzle now so that your loved ones are not struggling to put the pieces together later.
Karlo was admitted to the state bar of California in 2002. He received his Bachelor's degree at the University of the Pacific. He obtained his juris doctorate from Southwestern University.
At Southwestern, Karlo was a member of the Moot Court Honor Team and reached the finals of the Ruby Vale Corporate Competition, which was argued before the Delaware Supreme Court. Mr. Nebres has contributed to several major publications, including “The AMA Guides Made Easy!”
Karlo strives to meet and exceed his clients’ needs by: structuring estate plans to accomplish their personal goals and objectives, advising on eligibility and availability of government benefits related to long term care and home care needs and assisting clients and families with understanding and navigating the complex issues of aging and illness.
Whether by phone, text or e-mail, Karlo always makes himself available to his clients. No communication goes unanswered after 24 hours. Every client has access to Karlo’s cell phone.
When not at work, Karlo is spending time with his wife, Olivia, and children: Maya, Serendipity and Elijah. He is an avid fan of the East Bay Volleyball Academy where his daughter, Maya, is a member of the 14s Power Team. He has coached Serendipity's and Elijah's youth basketball teams.
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Attorney of the Month||Manning & Marder||2004|
|Cali Excellence for the Future Award - Patent Law||Southwestern Law School||2000|
|Owner||Nebres Law Firm||2014 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|East Bay Trusts and Estates Lawyers||Member||2015 - Present|
|WealthCounsel||Member||2014 - Present|
|Nebres Law Firm||You Better Check Yo' Self Before You Wreck Yo' Self||2015|
|Nebres Law||Top 5 Common Estate Planning Myths||2015|
|AMA||AMA Guides Made Easy||2011|
|California Workers' Comp Alert||Governor Signs New Legislation, Declares State Open for Business||2004|
|Southwestern University School of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2002|
|University of the Pacific||BS - Bachelor of Science||1997|
|Arkshire Financial||Estate Planning Basics||2015|
|American Canyon Senior Center||ADVANCE HEALTH CARE DIRECTIVE||2015|
|7 Threats to Your Family Security||ESTATE PLANNING BASICS||2015|
|7 Steps to Peace of Mind||Wills & Trusts||2015|
|Abad Bensan & Associates||Trust Funding||2014|
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