Category: "Probate Administration"

 Orange County Superior Court probate notes are received after you’ve filed your Petition for Probate with the OCSC probate division. Probate notes are simply the probate court examiner asking for clarification regarding information entered on your Petition for Probate. To address the notes, you’ll file a Supplement to Petition for Probate prior to your […]

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   I have probate notes, do I need a probate lawyer? Probate notes are a normal part of the probate administration process. When you file your Petition for Probate, the probate examiner may issue “probate notes” that ask for additional information or clarification. Then it’s your job to file a supplement to answer the […]

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How much does probate cost in California? The price can range quite a bit. In the following, we will discuss three cost levels: Self-administered probate, assisted self-administered probate, and fully-assisted probate by retaining a probate lawyer.    How much does probate cost in California? In almost every case, the costs of administering probate are […]

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Are you going through the probate process and need to open an estate account to pay the decedent’s bills and creditors? If you’re working with a probate lawyer, they should handle everything for you. If you’re doing it yourself, all banks like Wells Fargo, Bank of America, and Etrade will be familiar with your needs, […]

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Probate lawyer and attorney costs are standardized in California and most other states. Plus, other fees and compensation also are predetermined. To help clarify, let’s discuss the four basic groups of probate lawyer costs and other fees:   Ordinary Probate Lawyer Costs Ordinary probate attorney costs are predetermined by statute and based upon the value […]

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Rest assured, many Los Angeles Superior Court probate petitions generate probate notes. They’re very common and easy to address. If you’re working with a probate attorney, they should be handling everything. If you’re doing things on your own, here’s a simple guide to LASC probate notes:   What are probate notes? Probate notes are simply […]

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When a person passes away, it can take several months, even several years to administer the person’s estate. Depending on the complexity of the estate, the number of beneficiaries and the types of assets involved, the amount of work to conduct probate administration could be considerable. For some estates with few assets, it may be […]

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