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February 2019 Archives

Recognizing signs of financial elder abuse

It's important to take care of the people we care about, family members and friends. When people in California get older, they don't always have the same capabilities to care for themselves as when they were younger. That is why it is important to be aware of our loved one's health and their abilities to care for themselves when they start getting older. If you are concerned a loved one could be suffering from financial elder abuse, read on.

California court rules on trust after sibling dispute

In a recent California case that saw trust and probate litigation, six siblings named in a trust after their parents' deaths, couldn't agree on how to move forward. Five of the siblings were in agreement to leave the funds in the trust in hopes of appreciation. One sibling disagreed and wanted to be cashed out of the trust. How the court responded is certainly new precedent for these type of trust litigation cases.

We are your resource if seeking methods to avoid probate

The word probate just sounds formidable. Whether you have been toying with the idea of getting involved in the probate process or have concerns about the way a trust or estate is being handled, you may have heard the word 'probate' thrown around by those involved. So what is probate and how can it be avoided?

How to prove negligence on behalf of a trustee?

Trusts, wills and estate plans are often made up of family members, once designated by the head of the family who may or may not be able to intervene in the day-to-day of these accounts. There could be many reasons for setting up these estate plans, trusts or other form of financial management. It could be because the originator of the estate had a certain plan for their remaining finances. It could be for the tax breaks.

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