Orange County Probate Law Attorney Gregory W. Cabo

If you are an executor or a beneficiary to an estate, an Orange County probate law attorney can help you conclude the case more efficiently and effectively than when left up to the court’s process alone.

When a person dies, the hope is that he or she leaves behind an appropriate estate plan in place, such as a will. This plan outlines how his or her assets are to be handled. However, in many cases, no plan exists, and it is up to the probate courts to dispose of the assets.

An experienced Orange County probate law attorney understands the process, where challenges may arise, and how to conclude the affair as quickly as possible. As a probate attorney, Orange County’s Gregory Cabo has advised many of clients on both the executor and the beneficiary side. Learn more about his work below.

The Law Offices of Gregory W. Cabo

Gregory Cabo is a skilled and knowledgeable lawyer whose experience helps clients achieve positive outcomes in their cases. Because his practice is small, he is able to devote more personal attention to the concerns that his clients face. This is a very different experience than you may get from big law firms in which client requests lag behind for days.

Mr. Cabo differentiates his work by providing ongoing guidance to those involved in probate. For executors, he is able to manage the entire process. This means:

  • Preparing the required initial petition, inventories, reports, and accountings.
  • Giving required notices to heirs, creditors, and government agencies
  • Distributing the estate and all of its assets.

If you are named as the executor of an estate  Mr. Cabo’s work in Orange County as a probate law attorney can help. He will ensure that the case is dealt with correctly, and he’ll save you time  in managing the probate process.

Legal Representation for Beneficiaries

The beneficiaries of a person’s estate are often family members, or the people that the deceased knew the best and cared for the most. The proper disposition of an estate through probate can take a long time, and while you and your family are trying to move on past the loss of the deceased, the legal case may continue to drag on. The right lawyer can conclude these cases much more quickly .

Just as important as ending the case quickly is concluding it correctly. Gregory Cabo represents beneficiaries both to expedite the disposition of the estate and to make sure that the executor is acting in a proper and lawful manner. If the executor is promoting actions that are against the will of the decedent, he will challenge these actions on your behalf.

Whether you are an executor or a beneficiary, get legal support in your probate law case . Call Orange County attorney Gregory Cabo for a free consultation at (714) 771-2227.

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