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 Mental Capacity
Do you suspect that your loved one was the victim of undue influence when creating or amending his trust? View here for more from a San Diego trust attorney.
What should you do when a trustee has diminished mental capacity? View here for more from a San Diego probate court 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
Are you confused by the differences between undue influence and lack of capacity in a California trust? View here for more information from a San Diego trust attorney.
When considering whether your loved one may have been mentally incapacitated at the time of signing his Riverside trust documents, evaluate the following questions
Pursuing a legal action as a result of a trustee or settlor’s alleged mental incompetence is an uphill battle. Here we discuss defending against a claim.
What Happens When a Party Seeks to Revoke a Will Admitted to Probate? Read more here about what to expect and when you need to talk with an attorney.