CA Trust, Estate & Probate Litigation

CA Trust, Estate & Probate Litigation

Tag Archives: “California Probate”

Stealing My Gift! My Deceased Parents Gave Me Something Before They Passed That My Siblings Now Say Is Part Of the Estate

Posted in Beneficiary, Probate Court Litigation, Trustees & Beneficiaries, Wills
THE FOLLOWING IS A TRANSCRIPT OF THIS VIDEO. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CLICK HERE This is Stewart Albertson with Albertson and Davidson, and I want to talk to you about an issue that we do see from time to time called advances on inheritance. Advances on inheritance are essentially a loan that mom or dad makes… Continue Reading

Starting the California Probate Process

Posted in Probate
In an earlier post we described what probate is and that it only applies to assets titled in the name of the decedent at the time of her death.  Now we want to discuss how to start the probate process (it’s just a court process after all). Handling a California probate can be summed up… Continue Reading

California Probate Forms

Posted in Links
Every California probate requires a host of forms to start, administer, and complete successfully.  In lawyer talk, these forms are for “decedent’s estates,” which also means probate estates.  Anytime any assets pass through probate, these are some of the forms that are used to navigate the probate process (these are the most commonly used California probate… Continue Reading
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