Gregory Cabo: Orange County Probate Litigation Attorney

As an Orange County probate litigation attorney, Gregory Cabo advises clients about the process of managing and winding down an estate. He provides legal representation to executors, beneficiaries, and creditors; explains complex areas of the law; represents clients before the court; and helps them to achieve their desired result.

Clients choose Gregory Cabo as their Orange County probate litigation attorney because of the knowledge, experience, and approach he offers. If you are involved in an estate case that is going to the probate courts, choose Mr. Cabo for strategic and practical legal advice. Read on to learn more about his work.

Probate Courts and Legal Representation

Probate courts offer a process for winding down the affairs of a person who has passed away without an estate plan in place. The law provides some measures to ensure a fair resolution to the case; typically, an executor is appointed to administer the estate and to dispose of assets according to the legal requirements and the decedent’s wishes. Those who disagree with the handling of the estate may also bring their challenges within the applicable time period.

The beneficiaries of an estate may hire a lawyer to help speed this process along. An Orange County attorney experienced in probate litigation can cut through the complexity; ensure that filings take place on time and in the correct way; and generally help the case progress towards its conclusion. When Mr. Cabo works with clients who are beneficiaries, he can help them receive what they are entitled to more quickly.

Executors hire Gregory Cabo when they need legal guidance, assistance in preparing the petition for probate, administering the estate, preparing  inventories and reports, and providing required notices to those involved in the probate case.

Both beneficiaries and creditors hire Mr. Cabo in cases in which they wish the challenge the way in which the estate is being handled. Beneficiaries may charge that the executor has acted improperly or that is different from what the law requires. Creditors may want consideration for assets they believe they are owed from the decedent. The timeliness of these challenges is important; if you want to challenge a case based on these grounds, it’s important to get in touch with Gregory Cabo as quickly as possible as every legal matter has timeframes in which to assert your right in court.

Working with the Law Offices of Gregory W. Cabo

Mr. Cabo offers clients legal representation in probate law, estate planning, and family law cases. He also represents clients in divorce, advises them about child support and child custody issues, and, when necessary, acts as their restraining order attorney. Orange County clients are encouraged to contact his offices for a free phone consultation by calling (714) 771-2227.

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