If your loved one was the victim of will fraud, you may have cause to contest the validity of the will. View here for more from a San Diego probate attorney.
Articles about Fraud
Executor theft occurs far more often than many people think. View this page for an overview of steps to take from a California probate litigation attorney.
Do you suspect that the will or trust of your loved one was forged? View this page for more information from a San Diego probate litigation attorney.
If you are considering contesting a will or trust, it is essential that you take immediate action to preserve your right to object to how things are being done
Creditors can still attack the transfer and attempt to reach the assets. One avenue of attack is to argue the transfers to trust were fraudulent.
Immediately following a death, probate fraud can occur. View here for a Riverside probate litigation attorney’s list of the four most common types of fraud.
The heirs and beneficiaries put all their confidence in the executor of the estate. What happens under California probate law if their trust is not justified?
If your loved one may have been a victim of fraud when creating his will, you may have grounds to challenge it. The fraud must have been actual or constructive.