If a disabled person is about to receive a substantial inheritance, these assets can be lost if proper action is not taken. Receiving financial inheritances can result in a disabled person’s disqualification from receiving certain benefits, such as social security or Medi-Cal.
Articles about Guardianship
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.
During some trust or estate administrations, there may be a guardian appointed over the estate of a beneficiary. This guardianship may also come to an end.
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.
Using a custodian may be an option when there is a minor beneficiary of an estate. View here for more information from a San Diego probate attorney.
Blended families can make estate administration even more confusing than it already is. View here for more about the process.
Do you want to become guardian of an estate with minor beneficiaries? View here for a list of 10 steps to take from a San Diego probate attorney.
After a disabled adult inherits an estate from their parent, they may become ineligible for public benefits they previous depended upon. See how to avoid this.