I want to hire an attorney but my co-trustee doesn’t want me to hire an attorney. What can I do?
I Want to Hire an Attorney but my Co-trustee Doesn’t Want me to Hire an Attorney. What Can I do?
The simple answer is that each co-trustee has the right to hire an attorney. They are not required to hire an attorney if it is against their wishes. The California Probate Code (which is the law that governs trusts) provides each trustee, or co-trustee, the right to hire their own lawyer. The other co-trustee has no right or ability to stop his fellow co-trustee from hiring his or her own probate lawyer.
Furthermore, if you are interested in hiring an attorney to represent you, do not hesitate to contact us. We have helped hundreds of clients earn their rightful inheritance and it would be our pleasure to assist you too. To receive more information, feel free to contact us by calling our office or by filling out our quick and easy online form here. Continue reading to learn more about our professional attorney.
About Scott Grossman:
Attorney Grossman is certified by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization as a specialist in Estate Planning, Trust, and Probate Law. He represents clients throughout cases in California.
Furthermore, Scott Grossman graduated from Tufts University in 1987 with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, California Western School of Law in 1994 with a Juris Doctor, and the University of San Diego with a Masters of Law in Taxation (LLM (Tax)) in 2005.
Scott founded The Grossman Law Firm, A.P.C. in 1999. For over 20 years he has actively litigated trust litigation and probate litigation cases to get heirs and beneficiaries their rightful inheritance. He also represents executors and administrators in uncontested probates.
Scott has presented continuing education seminars to hundreds of attorneys, accountants, financial planners, and insurance agents.
- Certified Specialist in Estate Planning, Probate and Trust Law
- Super Lawyers 2015 – 2017 and 2019 – 2021.