As an attorney representing a probate beneficiary in Los Angeles, effective monitoring the management of a probate estate in Los Angeles involves obtaining a complete picture of the probate estate for the probate beneficiary in Los Angeles. Probate beneficiaries have rights in California. Los Angeles Probate Court also has local rules regarding the treatment and handling of a probate beneficiary.
In Los Angeles, the Probate Court has its internal attorneys who review documents and product probate notes. Probate Notes in Los Angeles are the Court’s way of asking more information from the party who has filed a probate petition or probate objection.
Your job as a beneficiary of an estate, and the job of your estate attorney is to watch for all deadlines to make sure administrator has filed the required documents, such as an accounting or inventory in a timely way. Things go wrong when the executor has failed to inventory. Slow action by an executor to take over the assets of the estate poses a risk of loss to the estate.
If no accounting has been filed a year from the date of Letters of Administration or Letters (probate), then there is either negligence, malfeasance or some legitimate reason why there is a delay. Your estate counsel should find out the reason and notify you of the next step or next action to take to protect your beneficial rights.
Always check to see if there was a prior conservatorship in place. That can impact the estate and the assets.
Call estate attorney, Mina Sirkin to protect your beneficiary rights as a probate beneficiary in Los Angeles. Call 818.340.4479 or email us here. #ProbateLaweyr #Probate #Lawyer #LosAngelesProbateLawyer #Estate #Beneficiary