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 Interested Persons
Does a Surviving Spouse Automatically Inherit in California? This is a question we hear often and the short answer is NO! Attorney Grossman discusses this in the video and we are always here to help with California Probate issues.
Who are Interested Parties? And what does that even mean? An interested party is someone who is entitled to receive notice about certain estate administration proceedings. Read more here.
It is important to identify interested parties during a San Diego probate. View here for six reasons why, from a San Diego probate court lawyer.
After losing a spouse, you may be left wondering what assets you will inherit. If your spouse had no will, you receive a spousal share under California law.
After a loved one passes, you may want to challenge the will. Only certain individuals, however, have standing to do so.
If you expected that you would receive an inheritance and someone interfered, you may have legal rights. Your expectation must have been legitimate.
In some cases, a child not named in the will can force a personal representative to distribute them a share. These children are known as pretermitted children.