When a loved one dies, those left behind are often left to not only cope with the loss of a loved one, but also to administer their loved one’s estate. If the estate’s assets are not held by a trust, the assets may need to be administered through the court process called “probate”. California has one of the more complex probate systems in the country and navigating it alone can be a daunting challenge even in “simple” probate cases.
Probate laws can be quite complex, and the overall process can be very difficult for someone not versed in the particular procedures and challenges of probate.
What Our Law Firm Can Do For You
As our client, we will either represent you as an Executor, a Representative, or a Beneficiary of the Will in question.
Executor or Representative: We will assist you if a loved one or friend has passed away and you have been appointed as the executor or personal representative of the decedent's Last Will and Testament.
Beneficiary: We will represent you if you are the beneficiary of a Will or Trust and want to be sure the executor or trustee is fulfilling their fiduciary obligations.