Q: I need to stop or pauseSurplusFunds disbursement.What can i file at dwntwn LAcourt.Im heir too but Trustee didnt notify
To make things worse title to this house change illegally.Now my uncle open probate case for my grandma and he claiming the surplus funds.But grandmaNOT OWNER of this house.Im owner and I never gifted or transfer my house to my grandma.Thats a lie. So i dont know but i need to show judge theres title fraud and alsoTrustee did not serve me or notify properly.Right now all i have is a Claim form that came in the mail but it had my mom name as one of the Claimants on list not my name.I am administrator of moms estate and also Im sole beneficiary.I should be able to claim my money Not My Uncle.That probate he open for my grandma is all fraud. And who the hell notarize title changes or transfered made? I want to know who notorize this big lie. I go get police report on notary too but whats the name of this type crime? Which forms to file.How do i see grant deed online? I try already but i feel docs missing or I'm blind.
A: To challenge the ownership of the property, you'll have to file an 850 petition with the probate court for a determination of who is entitled to the proceeds from the sale of the property. Then you can make a claim for the proceeds. Contact an attorney for a full consultation.
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