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.
Articles about Beneficiary Rights
If both parents are deceased, a beneficiary is still able to receive a copy of their trust. Find out how to get a copy of a trust in this situation here.
One such a mistake occurs when successor trustees make a distribution of trust assets to the wrong beneficiary. Read more here.
As part of the petition for probate, the petitioner must list all of the named beneficiaries in the decedent’s will or codicil. Issues can arise when determining who to list in this section.
What Happens When a Party Seeks to Revoke a Will Admitted to Probate? Read more here about what to expect and when you need to talk with an attorney.
What can you do if you no longer trust the trustee of a trust? As a beneficiary, you have several options. The following is an overview of some of the more common options:
What happens when your spouse was the one who was left out of a trust, can you sue on his or her behalf? The following is an overview of this type of situation.
When a trustee fails to sell an asset as instructed in the trust or when it would benefit the beneficiaries to do so, he or she may have breached a fiduciary duty.