18 07, 2019

How Much Does It Cost to Challenge a Trust in California?

By |July 18th, 2019|Trust|0 Comments

Contesting the terms of a trust can be a long and difficult process. Depending on your situation, you may be wondering what the cost of challenging a trust might be, and whether it is worth the time, money, and effort. The person challenging a trust must take the first step of bringing the matter to [...]

18 06, 2019

3 Things to Consider When Challenging a Trust in California

By |June 18th, 2019|Trust|0 Comments

Challenging a trust or a will in the state of California is a rare occurrence. That's why when it happens, beneficiaries are confused as to what to do in this kind of situation. As dealing with all the legal procedures, contesting a trust needs a lot of patience, resources, and dealing with stress. Before deciding [...]

13 06, 2019

Get the Justice That You Deserve by Hiring an Experienced Trust Litigation Attorney

By |June 13th, 2019|Trust|0 Comments

Disputes may arise among beneficiaries and between fiduciaries during estate administration, despite the best-laid estate plans. Our experienced trust litigation attorney in Los Angeles and Orange County represents clients in estate and trust litigation to help resolve conflicts in our clients’ best interests. It is essential to understand that estate administration and the living trust [...]

28 09, 2014

Limiting Challenges to a Trust in Limited Circumstances

By |September 28th, 2014|Trust|0 Comments

A no contest clause in a trust discourages a beneficiary from challenging it, normally by threatening the forfeiture of the distribution if a challenge is made. These clauses are enforceable in limited circumstances. Depending on the circumstances the clause may or may not be a strong deterrence to future legal action by a beneficiary. California [...]

26 02, 2014

Importance of Proper and Timely Trust Administration

By |February 26th, 2014|Trust|0 Comments

One of the biggest responsibilities in life that one can take on for a friend or loved one is to volunteer to be the administrator for a trust. Unfortunately, many people who take on this responsibility do not understand the need to be prompt and timely in administering the trust. It is important to properly [...]

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