Probate Litigation

Disinheritance guide to find a probate attorney near me

The Definitive Guide to Disinheritance

Disinheritance is quite common. Spouses, children, stepchildren, adopted children, domestic partners, etc. can be disinherited in many states. Not surprisingly, disinheritance often leads to those disinherited contesting the will, trust, codicil or amendment that disinherits them. Whether you’re a disinherited child, a disinherited spouse, an individual seeking to disinherit someone, or someone who is involved …

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Undue Influence Examples and Elements Under California Law

Undue influence cases can be complicated to prosecute. Historically, undue influence was limited to situations of influence over the mentally incapacitated. However, as our elderly population continues to grow states, including California, have responded with legislation that allows family members to pursue litigation in situations where a loved one may be of relatively sound mind …

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California Probate Code trustee duties explained

California Probate Code Trustee Duties Explained

What are the duties of a trustee in California? California Probate Code outlines Trustee Duties quite clearly. And now, we’re going to make it even clearer. First off, let’s define some popular terms:   What is a trust? A trust, or living trust, is a document designed to help families avoid legal process, probate, after …

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Contesting or disputing a will in Los Angeles, San Diego, Orange County, Kansas City

The Definitive Guide to Contesting a Will

Contesting a will is more common than heirs, beneficiaries and executors may think. We tell our clients every day: Disputing a loved one’s will or trust does not make you a bad person. All too often wills resulted from interference from a loved one or an interloper. We work with heirs, beneficiaries, administrators, executors, and …

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