Can you contest a will with a no contest clause in California? Is there a safe harbor statute? A trust and probate attorney explains this issue.
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Until a couple of years ago, there was indeed a safe harbor statute in California. Our courts have done away with this procedure, though, and here’s why it is actually a good thing.
What happens if your mom or dad remarried, and left money in a will to your stepparent, but then they got a divorce before your parent died?
Does that ex-sp
Does an ex registered domestic partner have the right to serve as executor of the former partner’s will or inherit property?
California law is clear that th
Our firm often gets questions about San Diego law regarding revoking a will. In this video, trust and probate litigation attorney Scott Grossman lays out the f
Are you a son or daughter of a person with a Riverside, California, will, and you are wondering whether this current version revokes older, prior ones?
Here is one common way this situation arises. First, a person writes a will. Then, some time later, they create a new will. Under California law, which is what applies here in Temecula, the new will revokes any earlier ones.
San Diego trust and probate litigation attorney Scott Grossman addresses the issue of how helpful law enforcement is when you are not receiving your rightful inheritance.