Alexandra Letzel concentrates her practice on high net worth trust, probate and conservatorship litigation, including will and trust contests, disputes regarding the obligations of fiduciaries, and actions regarding the interpretation of testamentary instruments.
Most recently, Alexandra was part of the litigation team that served as trial counsel to Sumner Redstone, controlling shareholder of Viacom Inc. and CBS Corp., securing complete dismissal of the lawsuit after the first day of trial. She also was part of the litigation team that served as trial counsel to Priscilla Hunt, wife and conservator of the person and estate of Southern California real estate entrepreneur Donald G. Hunt, securing a $500 million trust litigation victory at trial.
Alexandra represents private and corporate fiduciaries, settlors, and individual and charitable beneficiaries. In both her pre-litigation advice work and litigated matters, she teams with Loeb & Loeb’s nationally recognized estate planning and tax controversy attorneys.
Prior to joining Loeb & Loeb, Alexandra was a judicial law clerk for the Los Angeles Superior Court, Probate Division, where she analyzed complex issues and disputes concerning decedents’ estates, trust litigation, guardianships, conservatorships and related civil matters.
- Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, J.D., magna cum laude
- University of California at Santa Barbara, B.A.