"Trust and Will litigation"

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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 at Albertson & Davidson.  And in this video, I want to discuss step-parents.  And I don’t mean to disparage step-parents, there’s a lot of very good step-parent and step-child relationships out there.  But, there’s also some

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Funny thing about Trustees, they are expected to seek help, just not too much help.  Generally, Trustees are not allowed to delegate their duties (see Probate Code section 16012).  The rules state that anything the Trustee can “reasonably” be required to personally perform cannot be delegated.  And the Trustee can never delegate the entire

Another year is in the books and it’s time to look back at the best of our law blog for the year.  We have had another great year and great feedback from people who read (and apparently enjoy) this blog.  We love giving out good information, so your comments and feedback are always welcome.  In

What do you do when a parent is losing capacity, but refuses to admit it?  In this video, I discuss come options for dealig with parents when their capacity is kaput.

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If you are not around the Court system very often you may not realize the absolute financial crisis affecting our judicial system, especially in California.  Services that were once considered basic Court services are now unaffordable luxuries—such as enough Courtrooms, Judges, and staff to properly run the Court system.  Filing fees have skyrocketed, the number