Gregory W. Cabo – Your Orange County Probate Litigation Lawyer

When a relative passes away in California and their estate enters into probate administration, you may receive a California Judicial Counsel Form DE-120 entitled “Notice of Hearing—Decedent’s Estate or Trust.” It comes as no surprise that those unfamiliar with California probate law usually have no idea what to do next. Fortunately, Orange County probate litigation lawyer Gregory W. Cabo can help.

All interested parties have a right to contest a will or object to a petition being filed in a California probate case. However, the responsibility of reviewing pertinent court documents and preparing the necessary legal documents for filing an objection or will contest falls squarely on your shoulders. Much of the critical paperwork and procedural filings involved in probate litigation must be filed prior to or on the probate hearing date indicated on the DE-120 notice. That’s why it’s important to retain a qualified probate litigation lawyer immediately upon learning of a probate matter that affects you.

Since 2000, Gregory W. Cabo has represented families and individuals involved in probate cases, including probate litigation. Gregory’s breadth and depth of experience in the Superior Court of Orange County gives him unique insight into the probate administration process, meaning you’ll know what to expect and how to plan your next action. Whether you are a personal representative of an estate or contesting party, Gregory will navigate each step of the legal process for you, from requesting and interpreting the petition and other legal documents to meeting deadlines and following proper protocol, conduct and procedure in the courtroom.

If you have been served a notice of a probate hearing, or if you’ve recently learned about a relative’s passing, get in touch with The Law Offices of Gregory W. Cabo today.

Speak with Gregory W. Cabo, Orange County probate litigation attorney, by calling (714) 771-2227. Initial phone consultations are free of charge.

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