Executors must explain to the probate court the manner in which the estate is to be distributed to close the estate. Avoid common errors made by others.
Articles about Distribution
It’s possible that the estate you are set to inherit from needs to go through California probate.
If you haven’t received your rightful inheritance, chances are the reason relates to one or more of the following issues. Read more here.
Whether or not you have to do a probate of your late spouse’s estate will depend on how title to your spouse’s property was held.
Usually a will or trust describes the types of distribution for inheritance: “per stirpes,” “per capita by generation,” and “by right of representation.”
If a beneficiary passes away before receiving an inheritance, there are many possibilities for what should happen next. Ask these five questions for guidance.
California will provisions outline the steps for administering an estate. Before carrying out the asset distribution provision, consider these questions.
When it comes to a California probate there are many ways of owning property in California, but one must have separate or concurrent ownership