Keith Davidson

  • The Power of Law: San Diego Probate Court Can Help You

    The Power of Law: San Diego Probate Court Can Help You Posted January 21, 2016 by Keith Davidson & filed under Trust Contests, Will Contests. The Law can be a powerful tool when used wisely. The law is there for a reason, to settle disputes, right wrongs, and help with an orderly flow of rights. The problem is that fewer and fewer lawyers are relying on the power of law.

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  • San Diego Trust Accounting Schedules: What does it all mean???

    San Diego Trust Accounting Schedules: What does it all mean??? Posted November 12, 2015 by Keith Davidson & filed under Trustee Breach. The best part of any Trust accounting are the schedules because that’s were the information you need to know is all laid out in detail—or not. A Trust account must have a summary page at the front that lists the bulk numbers for things lik ...

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  • The Grand Finale: How to Close Your San Diego Probate Estate

    The Grand Finale: How to Close Your San Diego Probate Estate Posted October 29, 2015 by Keith Davidson & filed under Probate. All goods things must come to an end…and probate’s end too. Once you have done everything required of you to administer the estate, it is time to report your actions to the Court, account for the money and property under your control, and ask to be paid your fees.

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  • Your San Diego Probate is Open…Now What?

    Your San Diego Probate is Open…Now What? Posted October 15, 2015 by Keith Davidson & filed under Executor, Probate, Will Contests. Once you open a probate estate by filing (and having the court approve) your Petition for Probate, the work to administer the estate begins. The first step is to obtain certified copies of your Letters.

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  • Does a San Diego Probate Protect me From Creditors?

    Does a San Diego Probate Protect me From Creditors? Posted October 1, 2015 by Keith Davidson & filed under Probate. Did you know that the number one reason for probate is to protect creditors? Yes, beneficiaries of the Will or estate are important too, but creditors always come first. Life can be hard for creditors of a decedent.

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