In California, the probate process often takes a long time. During the average 9 to 12 months of probate, someone must pay bills, sell assets when appropriate, and protect property from theft. The estate must trust that “someone,” the executor, to handle the process wisely and well. In order to protect against mismanagement, you may need a probate bond. Learn about the options you may have as a personal representative of an estate.
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