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.
Articles about Beneficiary Rights
If you are suspicious about a loved one’s changed life insurance policy beneficiary designation, take action. Taking these steps could help with legal action.
Considering a San Diego beneficiary designation dispute? View here for five important steps to take as you pursue litigation during an estate administration.
The duties of a personal representative in California are many. Unfortunately, the failure to properly carry out these responsibilities could potentially result in liability on the part of the personal representative. Personal representatives must be extra cautious where there is a dispute among the beneficiaries or creditors.
Ready to distribute the assets of a San Diego probate, but the beneficiary has now passed away? Understand what to do when making a distribution to an estate.
Who Cannot Act As A Personal Representative During A California Probate Administration? What is Conservatorship?
A personal representative is someone who is entrusted to carry out the administration of a California estate. This role comes with several significant responsibilities, including managing the estate assets, providing notice to creditors and heirs, and distributing the estate property.
A long-time California friend I took care of has passed away. How do I find out if I am a beneficiary in his will?
People listed as beneficiaries who are not members of the family of the deceased will usually be informed by the California probate court. However, this only applies if the will has been filed with the court upon death, which is the case if the assets have to go through probate.
The normal rule, under the California probate code, is that you inherit a house with the loan, unless the decedent left a will in which he or she specifically stated otherwise. Click here to learn more.