Under California probate law, the executor of the decedent’s estate has a fiduciary duty requiring him or her to act with integrity, disclose all information to the beneficiaries, act in fairness and with diligence, manage the estate with caution, and deal with all beneficiaries equally.
When providing creditors with a Notice of Administration, Proof of Service must be filed. Certain important details about each creditor must be included.
At the start of a trust administration, trustees must give beneficiaries a Notice of Trust Administration. There are many advances to carrying out this step.
Under the California probate laws, the executor, administrator, or personal representative of an estate must send notice to the heirs of a decedent at the beginning of the probate process. This notice must include the date, time, and location of the hearing for appointment and allowance of the will.
Why is Giving Good Probate Notice So Important? Giving notice is required in every probate that you do and it’s important that if you have an accurate address for a person, that you use it.
Who do I tell I’m doing probate is a question we hear all the time. If you are facing being an executor in a probate proceeding it is important to do this correctly. This video explains the basics of who gets notice in probate.
Under the California probate rules it is important to notify the government when a parent has passed away for any pending claims purposes.
Trying to publish notice about the administration of a California estate? Providing estate administration notice by publication must follow a proper process