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Challenging a Will: Why Speed Matters

Challenging a Will: Why Speed Matters

After the death of a loved one, his or her estate goes to probate and the assets are distributed to the heirs and beneficiaries according to the wishes outlined in the final will and testament. In the vast majority of cases, this process runs smoothly and without...
What Happens When a Sibling Disputes a Parent’s Will?

What Happens When a Sibling Disputes a Parent’s Will?

The death of a parent is often a painful and traumatic experience. It can also cause or deepen rifts between siblings, especially once issues of inheritance and estates are discussed. In the most serious cases of sibling discontent, a sibling may choose to contest the...
Who Pays My Legal Costs for Contesting a Will?

Who Pays My Legal Costs for Contesting a Will?

After a person passes away, his or her estate goes to probate, and if that person wrote a final will and testament, the estate will be distributed in probate according to his or her wishes. There are times when a person wishes to contest a will because he or she...
Can an Executor Contest a Will?

Can an Executor Contest a Will?

In the last will and testament of an estate plan, the decedent not only decides how their estate will be distributed among heirs but also who is named as executor of the will. The executor of a will is the person who administers the estate after the decedent’s...
Trustee Removal in California

Trustee Removal in California

Trustees hold a significant amount of power over the administration of trusts in California, but they also have a fiduciary duty to the beneficiaries of the trust to act in their best interests at all times when gathering assets, paying creditors, and distributing...
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