In January 2010, California once again changed the law of No-Contest clauses in an attempt to make the area easy to apply.  Hard to say if that goal was accomplished.  In this video we discuss some of the basics of California No-Contest clauses.  For those viewing this blog by email subscription, you can click on

Bad trustees always seem to waste trust money defending their improper actions. Once a trust beneficiary challenges a trustee’s improper actions (breaches of trust), the trustee retaliates against the beneficiary. For example, the trustee may choose to suspend current monthly distributions, or in more extreme cases, attempt to have a no contest clause in a