My question involves estate proceedings in the state of California.
I know that California law allows possible beneficiaries (heirs) to get a copy of an irrevocable trust. Also, any wills.
In this case, there was apparently no probate (as assets outside of trust were few). Trustee did not provide relatives with copy of trust or pourover will.
How do you style a pleading to enforce the right to see the trust or will? The major asset in the trust was property. Can a lis pendens be filed on the property until the trust documents are provided?