Disagreements between co-trustees is a fairly common occurrence. Find out more of what you should do if a disagreement should arise between the co-trustees.
Under California probate law, the executor of the decedent’s estate has a fiduciary duty requiring him or her to act with integrity, disclose all information to the beneficiaries, act in fairness and with diligence, manage the estate with caution, and deal with all beneficiaries equally.
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.
The Temecula Probate Court is unique in that it is the only court in the county that is not in a dedicated courthouse, but parking is free and easy to find.
Wondering how the court can help you if you suspect a California breach of trust? View this page for more from a San Diego probate attorney.
The San Bernardino County Superior Court has announced the closing of the Redlands Probate Court. Read more about the closing here.
This means probate cases in which the decedent lived in Banning or Beaumont or the surrounding will be heard in the Riverside probate court. Read more here.
San Diego County has two probate courts that serve different regions in San Diego County; know which one you should go to file probate.