Trust Administration Lawyer Serving Sacramento
Experiencing Trust Administration or Litigation Issues in Central or Northern California?
Legal trusts are complex arrangements that can draw the attention of family members and other parties as the trust assets grow or a trustor passes away. The executor of the trust, or successor trustee, must then fulfill a variety of legal obligations as outlined in the trust documents.
Many people who become trustees are unaware of how to best carry out their trust and estate obligations. Beneficiaries might disagree with the terms of the trust or claim that they have a right to a greater share of assets than they are being given. The distribution of trust assets to beneficiaries can turn into a complicated and heated legal battle that tears an already grieving family apart.
Whether you are setting up a trust, managing your obligations as a trustee, or wanting your fair share of assets as a beneficiary, you can turn to the Law Offices of Jack S. Johal for help in trust administration and litigation. Our attorneys have more than 35 years of legal experience with the trust administration process in Northern California. We have seen many trusts over the years and have helped hundreds of clients like you. Yet, we know that your needs are specific to you, so we will take the time to listen to your story and guarantee that you receive fair treatment under the law.
Resolve Your Trust Administration Matters with a Sacramento Attorney
Disputes often arise when a personal trust is involved, especially if it falls into the hands of a trustee who is unprepared for the task. You can turn with confidence to the Law Offices of Jack S. Johal for the help you need. We will help you to defuse conflicts and ensure that all parties are treated equitably under the law. Find out why we are known for giving sensitive and personal attention to all of our clients.
We have experience with many types of trust legal issues, including:
- Beneficiary Notices and Claims
- Inventory and Appraisal
- Creating Sub-Trusts
- Estate Taxes
- Trust Contests
- Breach of Fiduciary Duty
- Avoiding Probate and Probate Law
- General Trust Mismanagement