Sometimes an estate plan is drafted poorly. Sometimes there isn’t an estate plan at all. Even if you’re fairly confident that the person settling your loved one’s estate is attempting to act honestly, you may feel you aren’t receiving the inheritance you were intended to receive. When the person settling the estate seems to be acting dishonestly, their actions could have a lasting impact on your future. Immediate action is crucial. Waiting may jeopardize your ability to collect your full inheritance. The Grossman Law Firm has helped many beneficiaries in successful California probate litigation and trust litigation cases.
The probate process can be confusing for anyone set to inherent from an estate, as well as the person appointed to settle it. Trustees and executors can feel overwhelmed by deadlines, frustrated beneficiaries, court dates, and asset management. If handled incorrectly, you could be facing expensive litigation. Failure to communicate information or correctly prioritize duties hurts everyone involved in the process. Let the California trust attorneys at the Grossman Law Firm help you, whether you’re a trustee, executor, administrator, heir or beneficiary.
If you've recently lost a loved one and don't know what to do next, we may be able to help. Order your FREE copy of Probate a Will or Administer a Trust After the Loss of a Loved One book and DVD. Created by Riverside trust attorney Scott Grossman of The Grossman Law Firm, this valuable guide contains crucial information you’ll need to know while settling a loved one’s affairs.
If you’ve been appointed the trustee, executor or administrator of a trust or will, you may be overwhelmed by the endless paperwork and deadlines involved in settling an estate. You want to be sure that any necessary court-related documents are drafted in fair, unambiguous language that won’t leave you vulnerable to costly litigation.
Most of all, you want to act in the best interest of those set to inherit from the estate. However, an absent or ambiguously worded will or trust has created complications that leave you in need of need guidance through the process.
As a beneficiary or heir, you might feel that your loved one’s last wishes are being distorted or ignored. You may be concerned that the individual distributing the estate is damaging property, mismanaging or stealing assets, or acting in a way that will harm you or another beneficiary. You might suspect that official documents have been altered or forged and not know what to do.
Whatever your situation, tensions are running high and time is of the essence. You need the services of an attorney experienced in estate law, and you need them now.
The Grossman Law Firm Estate Cases:
At The Grossman Law Firm, we put our clients first.
The San Diego probate attorneys at the Grossman Law Firm exclusively focus on estate-related casework. Working with probate court requires specialized and evolving knowledge of the field. We have over 19 years of combined experience in the field and have established relationships with probate courts throughout Southern California. Let us give you our highest standard of professionalism and expertise when you need it most.
Losing a loved one is painful enough. Let Riverside probate lawyer Scott Grossman ensure your case is handled with the utmost consideration and skill. Call the Grossman Law Firm at (951) 683-3704 or (888) 443-6590 for your free 30-minute telephone consultation.
Also, request your FREE guide to California probate and trust administration, The Insider’s Guide to California Probate and Trust Administration: What Every Californian Should Know About Probate and Trust Administration After the Death of a Loved One.
The Grossman Law Firm, A.P.C. represents clients in Riverside, Temecula, San Diego, Murrieta, Hemet, Redlands, Chino, Ontario, San Bernardino, Palm Springs, Indio, Palm Desert, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, Carlsbad, Vista, and San Diego County.