Once an estate is closed, it typically remains that way. In some circumstances, however, the estate may need to be reopened. Learn more here.
Articles about End Of Case
During some trust or estate administrations, there may be a guardian appointed over the estate of a beneficiary. This guardianship may also come to an end.
Even after the judge orders a final distribution of an estate, there are still some remaining tasks. Complete these items to ensure the administration is over.
It can be many months, even years, from the date that your loved one passes until the date that the probate administration process is over. So how do you know when probate administration is ready to be closed?
As you administer the estate of your loved one, it is important to remember that costly errors can be made at any stage of the process. We compiled a list of examples of some of the most common errors you should avoid during probate administration.
Are you wondering what your responsibilities are as a personal representative once the probate process is over? Learn more here.
The estate representative will be greatly relieved when the California court finally discharges him or her from all probate duties. Call us now for free advice.
Typically, an estate is not closed until all assets have been distributed. If assets are discovered later, it is important to handle them properly.