I’m not getting what I’m supposed to from my parents’ estate. What can I do about it?
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My sister and I are the co-trustees of my parents trust. I want to sell their home now that they are dead but she doesn’t want to sell. What can I do?
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.
Is a petition for partition the right action for me during or after a California probate administration?
Under California law, an action for partition is available to co-owners of property who want the court to divide real estate in an equitable manner among the parties. California probate or trust administrations often result in real estate being owned by multiple parties who otherwise would not choose to purchase or own property together.
I am not receiving my rightful inheritance. Who should I pursue legal action against—the executor or the trustee?
Whether you should pursue legal action against an executor vs. a trustee in California depends on many factors. Trust and estate litigation in California is a complex area of the law and requires the guidance of an experienced legal professional.
Wondering if you have grounds to pursue a lawsuit against a San Diego trustee for distributing your inheritance to the wrong party? View here for more.
If a child is pretermitted, he may have a right to a share of his parent’s estate. The next step is to determine where that share should come from.
Administering a trust that is the beneficiary of an IRA is not easy. Make sure you understand your role and get help if you need it.
Ready to distribute the assets of a San Diego probate, but the beneficiary has now passed away? Understand what to do when making a distribution to an estate.