California Probate Inventory and Appraisal Process

California Probate Inventory and Appraisal Process

As one of the steps in full probate as well as the simplified probate proceedings, the personal representative must inventory the assets and hire a probate referee to value them. Non-cash assets to not need valuation but other assets such as stock, bonds, real property, jewelry, household goods and the like will need valuation by the probate referee. This article will give you a better understanding of the California probate inventory and appraisal process.

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Sandra M. McCarthy, founder of ProbatebyME.com / A People’s Choice Inc., has worked exclusively in the legal field since 1976. She served as the 2004-2005 President of CALDA (California Association of Legal Document Assistants). She obtained a Paralegal Certificate from the University of California, Santa Barbara. During her career in the legal field, she has worked as a freelance paralegal, law office manager and paralegal studies teacher, and has co-authored numerous legal publications and written hundreds of self-help legal articles. As a registered Legal Document Assistant, Sandy is dedicated to providing affordable, low-cost, self-help document preparation services for California consumers in all 58 counties.
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