I’m not getting what I’m supposed to from my parents’ estate. What can I do about it?
Articles about Trust Distribution
Wondering if you have grounds to pursue a lawsuit against a San Diego trustee for distributing your inheritance to the wrong party? View here for more.
When assets are held in trust to avoid a creditor, it may deemed fraudulent under certain circumstances. This may include when the debtor was found insolvent.
I am the trustee of a California trust, and I am instructed to make discretionary distributions. What should I do?
Often times, a trust will leave property to an individual or a group of individuals, but it will instruct the trustee to decide when the distributions should be made and how much they should be for.
The normal rule, under the California probate code, is that you inherit a house with the loan, unless the decedent left a will in which he or she specifically stated otherwise. Click here to learn more.
It’s possible that the estate you are set to inherit from needs to go through California probate.
If you haven’t received your rightful inheritance, chances are the reason relates to one or more of the following issues. Read more here.
Read about the main problems your survivors could encounter if you don’t leave them any instructions regarding your California succession here.