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Articles about Will
Can I challenge the will or trust in probate court even if there is a no contest clause? It is important to know that the existence of a no contest clause is usually meaningless.
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.
None. There is no form to fill out to file a trust contest. Trust contests, and will contests, require a petition to be filed with the probate court.
As part of the estate planning process, you or a loved one may have chosen to include a no-contest clause in the will or living trust.
Accusing someone of altering or forging documents in a decedent’s Will or Trust is an extremely serious allegation.
If your parent had previously executed a will, and you believe that it has since been changed, it is possible that he or she was the victim of undue influence. You may be able to contest the will in the probate court and have it rendered invalid.
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.