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During a probate administration, personal representatives must provide notice of administration to creditors. Click here for more information.
San Diego probate and trust administration lawyer Scott Grossman explains how to notify creditors under the California probate code and handle their claims.
Are you attempting to probate the estate of a loved one and confused about the notice requirement? View here for five tips from a San Diego probate lawyer.
Filling out a notice to creditors form correctly helps keep a California probate moving forward. Make sure you are doing this correctly by following up with an experienced probate attorney.
Trust administration requires certain parties be given notice. This notice of trust administration is a requirement under California law and failure to provide notice can damage both trust and trustee.
Attorney Scott Grossman explains the process by which three government agencies must be notified of probate in San Diego: Franchise Tax Board; Department of Hea
Attorney Scott Grossman explains the process by which three government agencies must be notified in writing of a Temecula, California probate: Department of Hea