Under the laws governing wills and trusts in California, a beneficiary may be disqualified from receiving an inheritance in certain circumstances. For this reason, other beneficiaries or the executor or trustee of an estate or trust may bring forward a San Diego probate litigation matter.
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I am not receiving my rightful inheritance. Who should I pursue legal action against—the executor or the trustee?
Whether you should pursue legal action against an executor vs. a trustee in California depends on many factors. Trust and estate litigation in California is a complex area of the law and requires the guidance of an experienced legal professional.
I suspect the trustee of a California trust is abusing trust funds. Which option should I pursue for protection?
Understanding what the right step is when you suspect trustee wrongdoing requires the guidance of an experienced San Diego probate court attorney. Trust litigation often can take several months, even years. When you are concerned that trust assets are being abused, it is therefore vital that you act quickly.
Unfortunately for the rightful beneficiaries of an estate, even a frivolous will contest in San Diego will cost money to defend. Contact our office to schedule a case evaluation today.
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.
Wondering whether you should pursue litigation when an executor does not distribute property under a California will? View here for more.
Wondering if you have grounds to pursue a lawsuit against a San Diego trustee for distributing your inheritance to the wrong party? View here for more.
A foster child may have rights to the estate of a foster parent, but certain circumstances must be met to successfully win a San Diego estate litigation matter.