Compensation for a Professional Trustee: Determining what is Reasonable
During a trust administration, a professional trustee may serve alongside a loved one of the decedent. Reasonable compensation is not always obvious.
Theft from an Estate: Who Might Be Responsible
Theft is a common reason for trust and probate litigation. Learn more about the surprisingly large group of people may be potentially responsible.
Selling Real Estate Before Foreclosure During Probate
Problems can arise if there is a lack of funds to pay monthly mortgage bills. If this happens, the lender may initiate a foreclosure during San Diego probate.
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Closed Estate: Under what circumstances can it be reopened?
Once an estate is closed, it typically remains that way. In some circumstances, however, the estate may need to be reopened. Learn more here.
Lesser-Known Tips to Avoid a Petition for Probate Rejection
To avoid the rejection of a Petition for Probate, careful attention must be paid to the details. Avoid lesser-known potential pitfalls with these five tips.