According to California Probate law, executors, administrators, guardians, conservators, and trustees are considered a fiduciary having a standard of care.
Riverside trust and probate litigation attorney Scott Grossman checks in from the MIT campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts, to let folks back in California know that time is NOT on your side if you are considering filing suit in a trust or probate litigation matter.
Responsibilities during an estate administration are divided between an executor and a trustee. Click here for more info on executor vs. trustee.
Trustees face potential liability for any wrongdoing. For this reason, it is crucial for trustees to understand the standard of proof against them.
Concerned that the trustee of a California trust is doing a bad job with asset investment? View this page for 8 helpful tips from a San Diego probate lawyer.