Ontario & Palm Springs Probate, Estate, Trust and Will Attorneys

1. Are you an abused Trust or Will beneficiary?

Are you an abused Ontario Trust or Will beneficiary?  When your rightful inheritance is taken from you, you have legal rights you can enforce.  Whether it is a Trust, Will, deed, life insurance, or retirement proceeds, you can protect yourself.  You are not alone, it happens quite often ufortunately.

Perhaps a caretaker or “friend” of your parent took control of your parent’s finances, drained assets and financial accounts before they died, and then named themselves as the sole beneficiary of your parent’s estate under a newly created Trust or Will.  You know it’s not fair, but how do you seek justice?

You have a right to protect yourself from abuse.  If you are an abused Ontario or Palm Springs beneficiary, you have rights that can be enforced in court to protect you, but it is up to you to stand up and enforce your legal rights.

2. It’s all so confusing

Will, Trust, joint tenancy, deeds, life insurance, pay-on-death accounts, probate; it can be hard to navigate the confusing legal rules?  If your inheritance is taken, where do you start?

Our California Trust and Will laws are a complicated patchwork of rules.  It’s like playing different board games.  For example, the game of Monopoly has nothing to do with the game of Battleship; they are different games with different rules that operate independent of one another.

The same applies to Trusts and Wills.  The Trust rules don’t apply to Wills and the Will rules don’t apply to Trusts.  They may seem similar, but they operate under different rules that have no interrelation.  And then there are different rules for all the other forms of holding assets, such as joint tenancy, beneficiary designations, and pay-on-death accounts.

If you want to challenge how assets pass at death, you may have to bring multiple lawsuits against multiple asset transfers.  Suing to set aside a Will has no affect on Trust assets.  Suing to set aside a Trust has no affect on Will assets.  Each asset may have to be challenged with a different lawsuit depending on how that asset is held, how it transfers, to whom it transfers, and so on.

3. Resolution can be yours with an experienced Trust and Will litigation law firm

If you want to successfully resolve your Trust or Will lawsuit, you need a thorough plan that is well executed in Court.  Experience counts in developing and executing your Trust or Will lawsuit plan.  Without a plan, your case is destined to languish in our court system for years without a resolution in sight.

You have rights, you only need to stand up for yourself and enforce those rights.  We are here to stand by you, fight for you, and succeed with you.  We have helped hundreds of clients find the best resolution for their Trust or Will contest, financial elder abuse claims, and enforcing rights against bad Trustees.  How can we help you?

4. How to find us

Our Ontario office is conveniently located off the 10 Freeway at Haven, the address is 3491 Concours, Suite 201, Ontario, California, 91764.  We handle cases in all areas of Riverside and San Bernardino Counties, including Ontario, Upland, Rancho Cucamonga, Riverside, Corona, Temecula/Murrieta, San Bernardino, Redlands, Loma Linda, Palm Springs, Palm Desert, Indio, La Quinta, and Rancho Mirage.  Our office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.


Albertson & Davidson, LLP

3491 Concours Street Suite 201
Ontario, CA

Phone: 909.466.1711
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