Monthly Archives: April 2020

Apr 30, 2020

Guardianship litigation: You can fight for guardianship

When your loved one died, the last thing you were worried about was their choice of a guardian. You knew they’d make good decisions for their children and make sure they were cared for appropriately. Unfortunately, their choice of guardian was unable to take over…

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Apr 23, 2020

Know the reasons to contest a will

Some people know the contents of their loved one’s will before the person passes away. But there are cases in which the contents are much different than what was expected. In these circumstances, there might be a need to file a challenge to the will.…

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Apr 15, 2020

When will the state of California review your conservatorship?

Assuming control over the financial and legal decisions for an adult with a disability or an acquired condition like Alzheimer’s that prevents them from making decisions on their own comes with a lot of responsibility. Not only do you have to maintain all of your…

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Apr 06, 2020

Is that trust legally unenforceable?

Just because a trust was written a certain way does not mean it has to stand. It is possible for the trust to be legally unenforceable based on the conditions that it applies to the distribution of wealth. Remember that social norms shift and change…

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Apr 01, 2020

When should you suspect that a trustee is in breach?

If you are a beneficiary to a trust, you have a legal right to expect that you receive the assets according to the trust instrument. If the person who left you the trust is no longer living, tensions may run high with the trustee. Perhaps…

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