When it comes to a California probate, their are only 4 types of wills a person can have regarding their deceased loved one.
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In some cases, you may need to conduct both a probate administration and a trust administration. View here for more from a San Diego probate court attorney.
Five Differences Between an Executor vs. a Trustee in California. These two titles mean very different things and knowing the difference can help a lot!
Preparing an inventory is an important aspect of a California probate administration. View here for more from a San Diego probate court attorney.
Administering an estate for the first time? Personal representatives may face these ten common clauses contained in a California will.
Wondering how a personal representative handles personal property during an estate administration?
Looking for a road map to estate administration? An experienced attorney explains seven California will provisions that can help.
At the start of the probate process, you must submit a petition that for review by a probate examiner. The examiner will provide notes regarding the petition.