Probating A Lost Will in California

Probating A Lost Will in California

Are you faced with probating a lost will in California? When probating a lost will in California, the personal representative must be able to give the court enough evidence to show that that the testator did not intend to revoke his/her will. In addition, a copy of the will must be presented to the court. Our company has helped many personal representatives with probating a lost will in California. If you are interested in reading more about this process, click the link to the article below.

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