San Diego Trust and Probate Administration: Part 2 – Litigation

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In our last post we discussed trust and probate administration law with a quick overview on a few steps necessary to get the processes started. When the time comes to establish a trustee to take control over an estate, or any other sort of assets, it is very important to contact a San Diego family law attorney that is experienced in both trust and probate administration, as well as trust and probate litigation.

Probate: this is the legal process in which a will is reviewed to determine whether it is valid and authentic. Probate also refers to the general administering of a deceased person’s will or the estate of a deceased person without a will.

As your San Diego trust and probate attorney, and as someone who has been practicing law for more than 15 years, numerous issues can arise when administrating an estate or assets among family members, decedents, etc.

When disputes arise over the terms of a will or trust, or even the validity of the document itself, you a need a San Diego lawyer that can effectively advocate and fight for your rights and get real results. Mistakes do happen, but when distributing the assets of the deceased, especially an estate, blatant fraud, inadvertence, and disagreements come up, it is important to have an experienced San Diego lawyer in your corner for guidance.

Don’t leave your loved one’s assets in the hands of someone who is inexperienced, or who can take advantage of their memory and what is rightfully yours.

Contact the Law Offices of Michael C. MacNeil for a consultation, and let me help you through your trust and probate process.