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LA House Battles | Elder Financial Abuse Lawsuits

LA House Transfers | Elder Financial Abuse LawsuitsThe Los Angeles area real estate market is continuing to grow at a dynamic pace. Last year the median price for homes in Southern California jumped 8.2% to over half a million dollars. The LA housing market, like other vibrant California markets, is proving a great way to build wealth by home appreciation. Baby Boomers and the "Silent Generation" comprise a very significant share of LA homeowners. This immense source of wealth is often targeted, taken or obtained by elder financial abusers. This is a problem that we all should know about.

LA Trust Beneficiaries | Lawsuits Against Bad Trustees

LA Trust Beneficiaries | Litigation against a Bad Trustee.jpgUnder California law, Los Angeles beneficiaries have fundamental rights that are integral to a fair, timely and equitable distribution of trust assets. While the terms of a trust should be inviolable, there are still unfortunate cases when trustees abuse their authority and commit breach of fiduciary duty. This can result in serious damage to the trust and put a family's economic future in jeopardy.

Stopping Estate Theft | LA Probate Litigation Attorney

Los Angeles Trust Estate Theft Attorney | Probate LitigationWe learn by stories. Given our law firm's position and commitment to LA estate, trust and elder financial abuse litigation, we hear lots of stories - stories that many times develop new chapters in Los Angeles County Superior Court. While I can't reveal attorney client communications, I can take literary license to depict issues of estate theft and wrongdoing that we regularly litigate. In this spirit, let's go back to June 2016.

LA Trust Litigation | The Hunter or the Lion's Story?

Hunter vs Lion | LA Trust Litigation.jpgThere is an African saying that "If the lion does not tell his story, the hunter will." It doesn't take long as an estate, trust and elder financial abuse litigator for Los Angeles clients to see that estate wrongdoers peddle similar stories to justify their actions. And, if these fanciful stories are not challenged the stories won't be refuted. So how do estate or trust asset hunters engaged in wrongdoing tell their stories? They usually sound something like this:

LA Successor Trustees & Attorney-Client Privilege | Los Angeles Trust Litigation

Los Angeles Trustees Attorney Client Privelege.jpgRecent Judicial Council of California Court Statistics confirm that Los Angeles probate and mental health court trials total over 14,000 per year. Many of these trials involve beneficiary allegations of wrongdoing against a trustee or battles to remove an existing trustee. So what is the background that sets the stage for trustee disputes in LA?

LA Trust Litigation and Contingency Fees | A Potent Tool for Beneficiaries

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Guarding Trust Beneficiary Rights | Los Angeles

Trust Beneficiary Rights Lawsuit | Los Angeles Estate & Probate Litigation

LA Elder Financial Abuse | Know Vulnerabilities

LA Elder Financial Abuse Attorney | Trust Litigation

LA Estate & Trust Litigation Toolbox | Working with Realtors

LA Trust Estate Litigation | Working with Realtors

Elder Financial Abuse Lawsuits | LA Trust & Estate Litigation

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