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Homeless Man Waits 3 Years to Get $100,000 Inheritance

Homeless man waits for 100k estate inheritance

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How Long Does it Take to Get My Sacramento Inheritance?

If you're a Sacramento or Northern California resident, do you know how long it is going to take to get your inheritance from the Trustee, Administrator or Executor of your loved one's estate? This is one of the most common questions clients ask an experienced Sacramento probate lawyer. If you are wondering about how long you must wait before you inherit what's rightfully yours, then you may want to read about a homeless man from New York who has been waiting three years to get his $100,000 inheritance.

Upholding inheritance rights In Northern California counties (San Mateo, Sacramento, Sonoma, El Dorado, Placer and Alameda).

  • How long is it going to take to get your inheritance in Northern California?
  • Once a will has been admitted to probate there is still much to be done prior to you getting paid.
  • Is timing different if a Will has not been admitted to probate but the probate court has oversight of the trust?
  • A personal representative (Executor or Administrator) has to collect all the assets and distribute them with the approval of the California Superior probate court.
  • That is assuming everything goes as planned.
  • Experienced Sacramento and Bay Area probate litigators know that a probate can go longer than expected when there are internal estate disputes among family members and beneficiaries.
  • Is your family estate embroiled in fights and disputes over property and funds?
  • If you're frustrated, just check out this case out of New York: a homeless man has waited three years to get a 100k inheritance.

New York Homeless Man Wants His $100,000

  • A homeless man in Manhattan has been desperately waiting for more than 3 years for a 100k inheritance that he hopes will put a roof over his head.
  • The Manhattan Surrogate Court, which is the probate court in New York City, has received papers alleging that a personal representative is keeping the payments from a man who really needs it more than ever.
  • The decedent was a friend of the man and left an estate worth over $2 million.
  • Why is the payment not coming?
  • The brother, who is serving as personal representative, does not want to pay up.
  • What can you do when the California personal representative does not want to pay?
  • Experienced Sacramento and Bay Area probate litigators know how to secure your beneficiary rights you can get paid.
  • If necessary, a probate attorney in Sacramento or the Bay Area may be able to petition the probate court to remove the personal representative.

Do you need an estate, probate & trust attorney with a proven record of success? Michael Hackard of Hackard Law is a veteran litigator with 40 years of experience and professional excellence. Call us today at 916-313-3030.

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