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How to go about removing an administrator if your spouse passed away, and someone else was appointed administrator of his estate?
If your spouse predeceased you, it is possible that another individual was named administrator of his estate. Fortunately, you may be able to have the administrator removed and yourself appointed instead – if you are of higher priority as determined by the California probate code.
Forgery of a will or trust in California can result in the rightful beneficiaries of a person’s estate not receiving the property that they are intended to receive.
I suspect the executor of an estate exhibits bias behavior while administering an estate. Do I have grounds to bring an action against him?
Administering an estate in California is a complex, lengthy, and expensive procedure. When issues arise, such as when you suspect the executor is acting unfairly, it can be confusing as to what to do next.
Filing a lawsuit against the trustee of a trust can be a costly endeavor. However, it also may be necessary to protect your interests and the assets held in the trust. If you think that you may need to engage in Riverside trust litigation, take these steps.
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.
Sadly, San Diego probate fraud is a very real problem that often goes unnoticed. Unfortunately, every beneficiary or heir of an estate is at risk.
If you are the beneficiary of a trust in California and suspect that the trustee has engaged in wrongdoing, you may decide to pursue legal action.