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Hi, this is Stewart Albertson with Albertson & Davidson. In this video, I want to talk about how we can support the claim, and meet our burden of proof, to show that undue influence took place.

Some of the markers that

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Hi, this is Stewart Albertson with Albertson & Davidson and I want to talk to you about one of more difficult set of cases we come across and I call these the “Difficult Don’t Miss Undue Influence Cases”.  Let me say

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Hi, this is Keith Davidson with Albertson & Davidson. In this video, I want to talk about some of the warning signs that you should be aware of to clue you in that undue influence might be taking place with one

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Hi, this is Stewart Albertson with Albertson and Davidson and we get this question every now and then, and the question is: Do I really need to hire a lawyer for my trust contest or will contest or can I do

News outlets reported over the weekend that Mickey Rooney’s widow is contesting his Will in Court.  According to this news story by Alan Duke on CNN.com; Mr. Rooney’s estate has an estimated value of $18,000, and his Will leaving his entire estate to his step-son (and excluding is ex-spouse and natural-born children) is being contested.

Have you ever had someone promise to leave you something at their death in return for you taking care of that person?  You may have a contract to make a Will, which is enforceable in California.  In this video, Stewart Albertson discusses the way in which you can enforce a contract to make a Will

You may be surprised to learn that your Will could be revoked without you even knowing it.  Under Probate Code section 6124, if your original Will was in your possession at the time of death and if the original Will cannot be found, the law presumes that you destroyed the Will with the intent

Wills are statutory creatures.  What does that mean?  They are created, and governed, almost exclusively by the black letter law in our California Probate Code.  In other words, there is no fundamental constitutional right to create a Will in a certain manner.  You have to follow the rules set down by law, and if you