Believe it or not, when a bank claims to require letters of administration to access a decedent’s funds, they may actually be incorrect. In fact, California law ONLY requires letters for full probate proceedings. Therefore, if you are settling an estate of a smaller value, you may not need letters to access the decedent’s assets.
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