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My great great grandfather's trust states that only the male beneficiaries shall receive principal and assets and the female beneficiaries shall receive interest so long as my grandfather (the beneficiary) is alive. Upon Grandpa's death, the princ...
The Beverly Hills Bar Association has a Lawyer Referral Service. It can recommend one or more lawyers with an expertise in trusts. I believe that they offer a 30 minute free consultation. You should consult with a lawyer to determine what your rights are.See question
We were married until my husband died. We separated when he was became ill, his decision. We kept our funds together until the very end. He had connected with one gal in particular and he was living with her at the end. He gave her power of at...
It depends on how title to the money was held and whether it was or had been community property. Your husband cannot give away your share of the community property. Please consult a lawyer in re your rights.See question
My grandfather passed in 1999. His will was never read because my aunt his daughter embezzled all his money, his two homes are still in his name. How can I take ownership and transfer these properties to my name?
The San Bernardino County Bar Association has a lawyer referral service that can recommend one or more very good probate attorneys you can consult with. Attorney fees in probate proceedings are paid from the assets in the probate estate. If either home has any equity it will provide the source for the payment of fees and costs.See question
In the interim accounting, 1 yr., administrator lied to court to gain order to lift lis pendens enabling sale of 3 parcels of real estate in order to receive realtor fees 10's of 1000's of dollars , commission. Administrator is also seasoned, d...
The County bar association has a lawyer referral service which can recommend one or more lawyers with the expertise you need. They often offer a 30 minute free consultation.See question
My dad is 87 years old and has two residential properties he has not yet added to his Living Trust. I want to help him to add the properties as to avoid probate if anything were to happen to him.
The Los Angeles County Bar Association and the Beverly Hills Bar Association each have a lawyer referral service. They will recommend one or more lawyers with the expertise you will need.See question
I am on ssi for depression. Last year I received an inheritance but haven't claimed it yet because I want to put it in a special needs fund so I don't lose my benefits. I hired a lawyer last year that was recommended by the San Francisco bar assoc...
Please complain to the Bar Association. They need to know this about their referrals.See question
Many issues were raised at trial on alleged elder abuse, a durable power of attorney was accepted into evidence that authorizes disputed funds spent, an objection was raised to the interim trustee not being a Corp. Sole Trustee as required by the ...
There is no judgement until the statement and judgment is approved and signed and entered.See question
ok my grandfather passed away in 06 left me a will or trust .. the trustee was a lawyer that owns his own law office, he claimed that i got like 100k i never seen the will or had a will reading. is there anything i can do .. the lawyer claims that...
The Orange County Bar Association has a Lawyer Referral Service. They will be able to recommend one or more Probate Lawyers to advise you of your rights.See question
I had my trust redone and the original name was "(my name) Revocable Trust" and on the Restatement, it refers to the trust as "(my name) Living Trust". All of the content is correct, but does the name need to be fixed? If so, how?
No, I don't think so. If the content is OK - the title of the document is irrelevant. Both titles are correct.See question
Unless the order appointing the administrator's provides otherwise, no. As suggested by prior attorney's answer, I suggest that you ask the probate court to remove the other administrator, or order the property sold.See question