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California probate laws

The Executor’s Guide to California Probate Law

If you are an executor of an estate in California - it's important to understand the laws of probate. In this guide we will outline everything you need to know.

Letters of administration new york

The administrators guide to Letters of Administration in New York State

Obtaining a letter of administration is one of the first steps an administrator should take when probating a will in New York state.

Letters of testamentary new york

The executors guide to letters of testamentary in New York

Obtaining a letter of testamentary from the surrogate court is the key to initiating the probate process. In this post, we will discuss what are they and how to get them.

How To Transfer the Car Title of a Deceased Person in California

How To Transfer the Car Title of a Deceased Person in California

As an executor, you're tasked with distributing estate assets - one of which will be automobiles. Here is how you transfer the car title of the deceased in California.

California transfer on death deed

Everything You Need to Know About the Transfer on Death Deed in California

In California, certain assets can by-pass probate by using a transfer on death deed, here’s everything you need to know about the TODD.

Probate referee california

What is a probate referee and when do you actually need one?

The probate referee's main job is to value non-cash assets at a fair market value. Read on to find out when you need one - and where to get one.

Letters of administration California

Everything You Need to Know About Letters of Administration in California

Obtaining a letter of administration is one of the first things a personal administrator should do when settling an estate, here's what you need to know about them.

What Happens to a Deceased Persons Bank Account

What Happens to a Deceased Person’s Bank Account?

When someone dies, their bank account becomes part of their estate. Here's what happens next.