To avoid the rejection of a Petition for Probate, careful attention must be paid to the details. Avoid lesser-known potential pitfalls with these five tips.
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What should I do if there is not enough cash in the San Diego probate estate to pay all of its debts?
If you are the executor or administrator of a California probate estate, part of your responsibilities include paying the valid debts of the estate.
If the attorney who drafted a will or trust named himself or herself as the executor or trustee, am I required to use this attorneys services?
You are not required to use drafting attorney services as executor or trustee, and you may not be required to use their services at all.
If your loved one died without a will, you are probably wondering if their children can just come into his or her home and take what they want.
Are you wondering how long does probate take in California? In short, probate in California takes a long time. Find out the reasons why here.
In California Probate, the assets of a deceased person need to be inventoried. The Probate Code requires a referee appraise the assets listed on the inventory.
When a person dies and leaves an estate, its value needs to be ascertained. The decedent’s gross estate is the fair market value at the date of his or her death of all property that he or she owned. Click here to learn about the differences between a gross estate and a net estate.
If your parents have passed away, find out what you can do to transfer the title to their house here. It truly depends on how the title to their house was held at the time that they died.