San Diego California attorney Scott Grossman explains how the probate referee and the personal representative both evaluate part of the probated estate.
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Putting the right value on each one of the different stocks and bonds in a decedent’s portfolio can be hard work, says California probate lawyer Scott Grossman.
Probate lawyers don’t get to invest money for the probate estate
Handling and selling securities as part of a probate administration can be complex. Fortunately, an experienced Southern California probate attorney can help. Call us today if you are facing these issues.
Administering an estate in San Diego that contains real estate may require dealing with an outstanding mortgage. Consider these five possible outcomes.
Hiring a CPA to assist you with tax matters while administering a trust or estate is a wise decision. Learn more about how a CPA can help you here.
Estate administrators need to determine the actual value of the estate as a whole in order to complete the probate process. In California Probate Referees are appointed for property appraisals.
Probate requires every estate to file an Inventory and Appraisal. For a list of facts about this process, or if you need help with a probate, contact us.