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Guardianship Accountability Act of 2019 | Rick Black's Recommendations

Guardianship Accountability ActRick Black, Executive Director - CEAR, is one of America's leading activists and commentators spotlighting the abusive practices in the conservatorship, guardianship and trust industries.

Protecting Elders from Abuse | Expanding Rights

Protecting Elders from Abuse California Law.jpgIsaiah, the prophet and royal advisor, some 2800 years ago, set forth the foundations for protecting the most defenseless members of society:

California Inheritance Blog | Over 500 Answers

California Inheritance Law Blog.jpgInheritance can be confusing. People may inherit assets by wills, trusts, insurance policies, intestacy (no will), paid on death accounts, joint tenancy and a number of other legal devices.

Inheritance Lawyers Help | Just a Phone Call Away

Inheritance Lawyer California.jpgInheritance can be baffling. If inheritance means to receive property upon the death of an owner either by will, trust, contract or operation of law by the heir to estate, rights, and liabilities of a decedent, the definition itself leaves enormous areas for questioning.

Trust Beneficiary Rights | Fiduciary Responsibility

Beneficiary Rights and Fiduciary ResponsibilityTrust litigation lawyers, by default, become frequent advocates for the protection of trust beneficiaries and the assertion of their clients' rights. Ongoing complaints regarding the systemic overreach of banks, trust companies and California licensed professional fiduciaries acting as trustees are made at administrative levels and litigated, for the most part, at the probate court level.

Professional Fiduciaries' Priorities | Property or People?

Fiduciaries Trust Beneficiaries Litigation.jpgI'll start with a disclaimer. We represent beneficiaries who have been abused by banks, trust companies and professional fiduciaries.

How to File a Complaint Against a Professional Fiduciary Trustee

How to File Consumer Complaint against CA Fiduciary.jpgCalifornia "licensing is required for non-family member professional fiduciaries who serve as...trustees for at least four non-related trustors."

What Section of the Trust Shows the Distribution of Trust Assets to Beneficiaries?

What Section of the Trust Shows the Distribution of Trust Assets to Beneficiaries?Trustees are generally authorized by the terms of the trust or by statute to distribute trust assets, in kind, in cash, or both.

Lisa Marie Presley | Elvis Estate Heartbreak

Elvis Estate Lisa Marie Presley.jpgDespite rumors and numerous alleged sightings, Elvis Presley, the King of Rock N Roll, died in 1977. At the time of his death, Elvis' only daughter, Lisa Marie, was only 9 years old, but she became the heir to his estate, worth in 1977 a relatively modest $5 million. It would have been much more but for Elvis' penchant for bad business deals and a life of excess.

Do California Licensed Fiduciaries Put You First? | Aggrieved Beneficiaries

Do California Licensed Fiduciaries Put You First? | Aggrieved BeneficiariesDo California licensed fiduciaries put you first? They should - this is what the law says. This is their duty.

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