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.
Articles about No Contest Clause
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.
A no-contest clause can prevent beneficiaries from challenging the provisions of a will or trust. Learn more about a no-contest clause in California
Witnesses to a will who stand to receive property may lose some of their inheritance. California law addresses the problem of interested parties as witnesses.
A trust’s no-contest clause is not triggered by a challenge to handwritten notes on the face of the trust
Considering bringing a claim as the beneficiary of a trust? Be wary of no-contest clauses. View this page for more from a California trust litigation attorney.
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.