Closing a probate estate requires the filing of a final account, report, and petition for final distribution. Certain mistakes must be avoided.
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During the probate administration process in San Diego, most records are public, including the will. Learn which private documents remain sealed.
During an estate administration it is your duty to manage and distribute the assets. Assets are sometimes not discovered until after the estate is closed.
While it may seem odd that a probate administration would go unfinished, it is a fairly common occurrence. Read more about failing to finish a probate.
Closing a probate administration in California requires several steps. View here for an overview of these steps by a Riverside probate attorney.
After all the work has been done, it is time to close the probate administration. Understand when the estate is ready for closing by reviewing this checklist.
Executor of your loved one’s estate taking too long to complete probate? View here for more information about your rights from a Riverside probate attorney.
Assets are sometimes discovered after an estate has already been closed. Laws, court orders, or estate planning documents direct where those assets should go.