In situations where co-trustees of a trust are unable to get along during the trust administration process, the San Diego probate court can intervene and remove one or both of the trustees. Contact our office today for a free consultation.
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I’m not getting what I’m supposed to from my parents’ estate. What can I do about it?
Generally, from a beneficiary’s perspective, the difference between trust litigation and financial elder abuse litigation is when the money or property was wrongfully taken.
Accusing someone of altering or forging documents in a decedent’s Will or Trust is an extremely serious allegation.
If you are the beneficiary of a California probate estate and suspect that the executor may be stealing estate property, it is important to act quickly. Waiting too long may make it impossible for you to ever receive the property to which you are entitled.
How to go about removing an administrator if your spouse passed away, and someone else was appointed administrator of his estate?
If your spouse predeceased you, it is possible that another individual was named administrator of his estate. Fortunately, you may be able to have the administrator removed and yourself appointed instead – if you are of higher priority as determined by the California probate code.
Forgery of a will or trust in California can result in the rightful beneficiaries of a person’s estate not receiving the property that they are intended to receive.
Sadly, San Diego probate fraud is a very real problem that often goes unnoticed. Unfortunately, every beneficiary or heir of an estate is at risk.