answered on Sep 7, 2017
Locate the coun ty court where the person died, the then either ask the court clerk for the file or loook it up via internet.
My mother passed away on May 7, 2017. My sister and I are co-trustees and she is residing in mother's house. As of today September 2, 2017 she has offered no plans for how long she plans to stay there. There are eight beneficiaries, but she and another sister (with husband) living in the... Read more »
answered on Sep 2, 2017
The 8 beneficiaries need to collectively hire a Probate and Trust lawyer and let him/her do what is necessary. You might be able to find one who'll wait until distribution to be paid, if all 8 of you can't pitch in on the retainer. Out of 8 people, you should be able to make a payment... Read more »
the statement is supposed to be at least annually
also my father is living in the home which is part of the trust and not paying rent and using trust money to fix the house up as he is buying it. they are also paying all bills for the home from the trust so my portion keeps dwindeling.
answered on Aug 31, 2017
Having waited 4 years to assert your rights, no doubt your father thinks he can do as he wishes. You need to hire a lawyer to petition the Probate Court to compel an accounting and question why your father is taking his time to distribute. No threats to dad. Just hire an lawyer.
We are going through a probate and it is near the end my sister and I are not happy with our lawyers so we're going to file a substitute of attorney with them I need to know how I can get my sisters substitute of attorney filed in California because she lives in Arizona
answered on Aug 30, 2017
Have your sister sign a California form entitled Substitution of Attorney where applicable, you sign the same form and your present attorney signs where applicable. When completed, send it to the court clerk where the Probate action is pending with a copy and a self addressed envelope back to you.
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