As soon as you suspect a problem with a trust, will, conservatorship, or any matter involving probate court, you need to contact a Southern California probate litigator to get the help that you deserve. In this video, Orange County probate attorney Phillip Lemmons, APC explains more about probate cases and problems arising between trustees and family members over money.
If one of your family members is appointed as trustee, you most likely trust the situation. However, if the trustee is not giving you a copy of the trust and is stalling the process, there may be a problem that should be looked into immediately. Most people extend the benefit of doubt and multiple grace periods when dealing with family members. However, if your family member is not doing the right thing at the very beginning, then there most likely is a problem. Do not wait until the trustee has depleted all of the assets in the estate. As soon as you detect a problem, contact a probate lawyer. Our skilled probate litigators can go to court for you to try and recover assets depleted by the trustee. If you are experiencing concerns about a trustee, please call Phillip Lemmons, APC at (800) 840-1998 to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with a skilled Los Angeles probate attorney. You can also visit www.thelegacylawyers.com to email the office or view articles, blogs, frequently asked questions, and free books, which will help educate you.