Posts Tagged: "attorney"

Sending out trust notices can be stressful. Here’s a guide to 16061.7 Trust Notice procedures, plus tips–and when to get a trust attorney.   What is a Probate Code section 16061.7 trust notice? When a trust becomes irrevocable, such as when a person passes away or becomes incapacitated, the acting Trustee of the trust must […]

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How common is contesting a trust? The short answer is that it’s more common than you might think. In fact, we pursue trust contests and help protect clients from family members contesting trusts every day. Each year in the United States, thousands of trusts and wills are disputed in probate court. While the vast majority […]

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August 19, 2019 01:00 PM EDT LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Los Angeles Business Journal has published its 2019 list of the “Top Litigators in Los Angeles” today, naming RMO LLP Managing Partner, Scott Rahn. Of the more than 350 nominations, only 50 professionals were selected for inclusion. According to the Los Angeles Business Journal, this list […]

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What is a partition action? The definition. The definition of a partition action (see California Code of Civil Procedure Section 872.210) is an action taken to divide a California real estate property fairly among its co-owners.   When do I need a partition action? In California, most people consider a partition action when they want […]

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Do you have a loved one who is having trouble handling their financial affairs or are struggling to manage their food and healthcare. If so, you should consider whether establishing a conservatorship is appropriate? Here’s an easy guide to understanding conservatorships, the process, working with an attorney, and the basic costs. Plus, we’ll cover some […]

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When a person passes away, his or her assets must be distributed to the rightful heirs and/or beneficiaries. Probate is the judicial or court mechanism by which this occurs when someone has no will, has a will, or has a trust but failed to fund all assets into that trust, leaving them subject to probate. […]

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