How to Avoid Pitfalls of Managing Real Estate in Probate & Trust

Yevgeny L. Belous, Esq., Nielsen & Rogers LLP

Brian Joy, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services/Sanborn Team

Nancy Sanborn, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services/Sanborn Team

1.5 CE/MCLE – Estate
$67.50 PFAC Member – $97.50 Non Member

About Yevgeny L. Belous

Yevgeny (Eugene) L. Belous was born in 1983 in Kiev, Ukraine. He is fluent in Russian. He graduated in 20015 from the University of California, Santa Cruz, majoring in Economics and Business Management. Mr. Belous completed his J.D. from Thomas Cooley Law School in 2009 and was admitted to the State Bar of California in 2009. In Law school, he was a senior intern at the Sixty Plus Elder Law Clinic, which exposed him to a wide variety of legal issues facing the elderly. Since becoming an attorney, he has continued upon this path practicing exclusively in the areas of trusts and estates, conservatorships, guardianships, and probate litigation.

About Brian Joy

Patient, proactive and results-oriented, Brian Joy is a 17-year veteran of the real estate industry and has been a Sanborn Team member/partner since 2008. His ability to listen and come up with creative solutions as well as his lifelong familiarity with the greater Los Angeles region make him a dynamic representative for buyers and sellers in today’s market.

About Nancy Sanborn

Nancy Sanborn is Executive Director of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Probate and Trust Sales Division. For 30 years she has developed a far-reaching network and built a team that provides informed representation to repeat and referral clients. With unequaled expertise in probate, trust and conservatorship, Nancy’s people-friendly approach is direct and considers the big picture, while managing the complex transactions.

About the Session

Usually a person’s biggest asset is their Real Estate holdings. The purpose of this presentation is to provide people with the information that they need to best serve their clients when managing their real estate. This presentation will discuss best practices in dealing with the client, the legal community, the courts and family members. The panel includes an attorney who specializes in representing fiduciaries and two real estate agents with vast experience in selling probate and trust real estate. The session will go step by step from the onset of a case until the close. Along with the technical aspects we will also discuss practical ideas that we have learned from years of experience. This session is for anyone who expects to be dealing with sales of real property that is under any type of court supervision or trust.