San Diego probate and trust administration lawyer Scott Grossman explains how to notify creditors under the California probate code and handle their claims.
Articles about Creditor’s Claims Against Trust
While some trusts do provide protection from creditors, others do not. There are limitations to the protections provided by trusts when sued by creditors.
During a probate administration, notice must be provided to creditors. After the notice is sent, creditors have a limited period of time to file a claim.
In the third part of our series on the causes of California trust litigation, San Diego probate attorneys at The Grossman Law Firm talk about mistakes.
If you suspect abuse of trust funds, it is vital that you take action right away. View here for more from a San Diego probate court attorney.
Is your inheritance being reduced by the willful or negligent actions of the trustee? Here are some reason not to delay a San Diego Trust Litigation!
Rights of Creditors includes involving the court in order to collect on a debt that was owed by the settlor, and they must follow certain procedural steps. Here is what Trustees and beneficiaries should understand about the rights of creditors going to court seeking payment of a debt.
Generally, the following are five signs that indicate a trust is revocable, and therefore subject to attack by a creditor. Read more here.