Beneficiary Representation Attorney
Most beneficiaries may not feel that they need legal representation. Sometimes beneficiaries are not sure of their rights under the law, or they want to contest a will, or are having trouble understanding the terms of the trust itself. In these cases, they will need to contact an estate-planning lawyer who can provide legal counsel to beneficiaries.
The California state laws make it so you can only take advantage of certain rights in duration of time. Thankfully, the attorney for the executor may be separate from the attorney for a beneficiary. It’s vital for beneficiaries to be able to take advantage of their rights, while working with someone who is highly qualified in understanding legal matters pertaining exclusively to beneficiaries.
A lawyer can also be beneficial when you want to stay on track with your court appearances, hearings, and other necessary dates. It is very important to make this experience as stress-free as possible, which a qualified estate-planning attorney can help with.
Contact the attorneys at Citadel Law Corporation today and learn about the types of rights you are entitled to as a beneficiary. Call (800) 662-0882 to schedule a consultation today.