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How long does Probate take in California?

Probate of an estate in California can take as little as nine months; however, that would be considered fast. On average Show More

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How do I contest a trust in California?

A trust contest is typically filed on behalf of a contestant when he or she has concerns with the distribution Show More

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What can I do if the trustee of a California trust will not provide me with information?

An heir or beneficiary of a trust is entitled to certain information about the trust from the trustee, including a copy of Show More

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How much does a trust or will cost in California?

A revocable living trust can vary in cost, depending on the complexity of the estate plan, size of the estate and whether it Show More

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Can I sue for elder financial abuse in California?

Suing for financial elder abuse requires first that the claimant is in a legal position to make a claim — he or she Show More

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What if I suspect elder financial abuse is occurring in California?

You should report it to local agencies tasked with protecting seniors, including but not limited to local law enforcement Show More

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