Generally, from a beneficiary’s perspective, the difference between trust litigation and financial elder abuse litigation is when the money or property was wrongfully taken.
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If a trustee has mismanaged assets or property, which caused a significant loss of value, the first thing you want to do is determine how the estate was mismanaged.
California has extremely strict rules about when an attorney may call himself a “specialist” in a particular area of law.
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.
Filing a lawsuit against the trustee of a trust can be a costly endeavor. However, it also may be necessary to protect your interests and the assets held in the trust. If you think that you may need to engage in Riverside trust litigation, take these steps.
Modifying an irrevocable trust is not a simple procedure. If changing trust terms were easy, it would increase the potential for the intent of the creator of a trust to be overlooked. California probate laws, however, do outline limited circumstances under which a trust can be changed or terminated.
If a disabled person is about to receive a substantial inheritance, these assets can be lost if proper action is not taken. Receiving financial inheritances can result in a disabled person’s disqualification from receiving certain benefits, such as social security or Medi-Cal.
What steps should I take if I suspect a breach of fiduciary duty in probate while the settlor of the trust was still alive?
With the recent decision of the California Supreme Court in the case involving the Estate of Giraldin, beneficiaries now have even greater rights against trustees.