How to Probate an Estate in California

Handle probate yourself―and save time and money When you’ve lost a loved one, the inevitable legal matters can seem difficult and confusing. But in most cases, probate involves little more than routine paperwork to transfer assets to family members and other beneficiaries. How to Probate an Estate in California explains, step-by-step, how to wrap up

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Handle probate yourself―and save time and money

When you’ve lost a loved one, the inevitable legal matters can seem difficult and confusing. But in most cases, probate involves little more than routine paperwork to transfer assets to family members and other beneficiaries.

How to Probate an Estate in California explains, step-by-step, how to wrap up a basic estate. Whether you do it yourself or work with a lawyer, you’ll save money and time.

Find out how to:
read and understand a will or trust determine who inherits if there is no will pay bills and taxes complete and file all necessary court paperwork collect life insurance and other death benefits transfer real estate, securities, vehicles, and other assets to heirs and beneficiaries transfer some assets without probate
The completely updated 23rd edition provides the latest laws, tax information, forms, and court procedures.

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Comments

Amazon Customer says:

An incredible find With my father’s death, I thought putting his financial issues to rest would be simple as I had handled his income, etc for many years. However some oil royalty interests he left to me required Probate before an ownership change would be allowed. I was unprepared for the court documents (many of which are very confusing to understand). Being a layperson had nothing to do with the issues, as when I began to read the Probate Notes posted by the court, I discovered that attorneys often used the…

Psyop says:

incorrect forms and too much attention to probate with a will Published in March 2016, but the forms are incorrect as a result of updates published by the Judicial Council in January. So, many form references are incorrect, creating confusion. 

Marian W. says:

Great how to reference book I purchased the 6th edition (while working for Dept. of Finance) many, many years ago to do the paperwork for individuals who wanted his/her assets given to the State of California. I found the older 6th edition to be very helpful. So I purchased this 23rd edition to do the paperwork for my parent’s simple estate. 

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