Corona, CA asked in Estate Planning, Real Estate Law, Probate and White Collar Crime for California

Q: How much time i have to make an objection to a probate case?My attorney did not object or challenge probate.Why cant he?

Title to my property was changed without my knowledge. Now my home is part of a probate court case and worse, it got sold! This was done fraudulently. I never transferred title over to anybody yet a Deed was recorded and signature looks like mine. But im certain that Notary does not have my fingerprint on that book. Finally i got money together so i went to speak to an attorney to help me stop this probate or atleast let court know theres a problem bcuz that was my house! The attorney i hired has been going to the court dates but he did not challenge or object to this probate case. He is continuing the probate case and says he cannot stop it. Is this true? Why probate cannot be stopped specially if there's Fraud going on? My attorney told me that now i am the new Administrator of my grandmas Estate but thats not what i hired him for. And why he asking me to open 3 bank accounts? If probate continues I'll have to split the money from sale of my house with uncle who trying to ROB me!

1 Lawyer Answer

Richard Samuel Price

Answered
  • Estate Planning Lawyer
  • Redlands, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: If the house is yours, and not in the estate, then you would have to bring a petition under Probate Code section 850 to challenge the title to the property. Discuss this with your attorney.

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