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 Minors
During the probate of an estate, interested parties can petition the court to revoke the will. Minors are given a longer opportunity to initiate this action.
Some California baby boomers may disagree, but they are not immortal and should start thinking that way, San Diego probate attorney Scott Grossman reports.
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.
Father’s change of title to hold bank account in joint tenancy, not his trust, stops son from inheriting
Minors are frequently involved in the distribution of a decedent’s estate. San Diego probate lawyer Scott Grossman describes what the California law authorizes.
Minors cannot receive outright large inheritances in California. Here is a list of eight facts about minors and inheritances from a San Diego probate attorney.
When someone passes away it is difficult to ensure that you are properly doing everything without legal legal assistance. This is especially true of the responsibilities of the guardians of minors.