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Trust and Estate Litigation Attorneys Serving Southern California
Whether you are attempting to defend an estate against a dispute, or you are looking to challenge a will or trust, our experienced and top rated trust and estate litigation attorneys will provide you with the representation you deserve.
If you have loved ones in your life, you need an estate plan. Whether you are looking for a living trust to avoid probate or the most complex estate plan to accommodate special circumstances in your family, our highly rated attorneys can tailor an individualized estate plan that will minimize the time your loved ones spend in probate and maximize the assets you leave to them.
Being the trustee of a trust or an executor of a will is an enormous responsibility. Having an experienced Estate Administration Attorney in your corner to explain your duties can simplify the process and protect you from personal liability, while ensuring that the decedent’s intent is carried out.
Top Probate & Trust Litigation Law Firm in Southern California
We are a boutique law firm focusing on Probate, Estate and Trust Litigation, Estate Planning and Probate and Trust Administration with multiple locations across Southern California.
With decades of combined experience, our Estate and Trust litigators are experienced trial attorneys who represent clients in the most complex disputes involving wills, trusts and estates. This experience allows our attorneys to foresee issues before they arise when drafting your customized and tailor made estate plans, saving you and your family the expense, and frustration associated with costly litigation.
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What happens when a trustee fails in their duty to provide beneficiaries with a copy of the living trust? This scenario happens all too often,
What are the Trustee’s Duties to Provide Notice to the Beneficiaries After the Creator of the Trust Has Passed Away?
When you serve as a trustee, one of your core responsibilities is to appoint someone to serve as your successor, taking over the administration of the trust after you pass away. Given the weighty responsibilities of managing a trust, this is not a duty to be taken lightly.
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