In a routine probate proceeding, the court will typically set the first probate hearing about six to eight weeks after the filing of the probate petition. Sometimes, there may be special circumstances where an administrator needs to be appointed immediately. In this case, it is possible to ask the court for emergency Letters of Special Administration in Probate. These emergency Letters will give an individual temporary but immediate authority to act on behalf of the probate estate. To read the complete article, please click on the link Get Emergency Letters of Special Administration in Probate This post appeared first on A People's Choice - Legal Documents - Without the Lawyers
In order to get Letters of administration, a full probate is filed that requests the court to name as personal representative of the estate. The court issues Letters of Administration when there 1) is no will; 2) when there is a will, but the will doesn't name an executor; or 3) the named executor is deceased and there is no alternate person named to act. To read the complete article, please click on the link How to Get Letters of Administration in Probate This post appeared first on A People's Choice - Legal Documents - Without the Lawyers
Probate in California is an expensive and lengthy procedure. There are exceptions for small estates. This article explains how to settle a small estate with real property valued under $50,000 without a lawyer! To read the complete article, please click on the link How to Settle Small Estate with Real Property Valued Under $50,000 This post appeared first on A People's Choice - Legal Documents - Without the Lawyers
Learn how to file probate in Placer county without a lawyer. Discover how the probate process works in Placer County, which Placer court handles probate. how to view probate examiner notes and contact a Placer County probate referee. To read the complete article, please click on the link How to File Probate in Placer County This post appeared first on A People's Choice - Legal Documents - Without the Lawyers
California has specific laws and rules about the process required to deal with creditors and debts in California probate. It is the estate’s executor or appointed representative's responsibility to notify all creditors of the probate proceedings. This notification allows creditors to make and file formal claims against the probate estate. It is important to note that creditors and interested parties usually have a limited amount of time to file a claim. To read the complete article, please click on the link How to Deal With Creditors and Debts in California Probate This post appeared first on A People's Choice - Legal Documents - Without the Lawyers
There are many common probate terms used in California probate matters. Common probate terms and confusing legal words are often found on legal forms and used by the Judge during court hearings. We have compiled a list of such terms for you to familiarize yourself with through the probate process. To read the complete article, please click on the link Understanding the Definition of Common Probate Terms This post appeared first on A People's Choice - Legal Documents - Without the Lawyers
Want to learn how to file probate in Nevada County? If you have done your research, you may have sticker shock at the statutory attorney fees allowed under California law. Imagine if there was a way to avoid paying attorneys fees and save thousands of dollars! Here's how... The post How to File Probate in Nevada County, California appeared first on A People's Choice.
Most Executors have a hard time giving up possession of a decedent's original will. However, by law, the custodian of an original will must lodge the will with the Superior Court within 30 days of learning of the testator’s death. This is a statutory requirement under California Probate Code Section 8200. Keep in mind, the custodian can face legal penalties if they do not lodge a will in a timely fashion. The post How to Lodge a Will in California and File Probate appeared first on A People's Choice.
Want to know a little known secret? Despite common belief, there are cheap probate options available in California. In fact, one of those options include filing for probate without an attorney. To be sure, this is not information most attorneys freely share. In fact, most attorneys will try to make potential clients feel fearful of filing probate without an attorney. The truth is, most estate executors are capable of completing the probate process without being represented by an attorney, with the proper help. The post Discover Cheap Probate Options in California appeared first on A People's Choice.
A People’s Choice can help you file probate in Sierra County and save you money in the process. Did you know you don't have to hire an attorney to file probate in Sierra County? Yes, it is true! As a non-attorney legal document assistant, A People's Choice can help you draft the documents you need to probate your loved one’s estate. In fact, we can help you complete the entire probate process for a fraction of the cost an attorney will charge. Read on to learn more about how to file probate in Sierra County. The post How to File Probate in Sierra County, California appeared first on A People's Choice.