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Monthly Archives: January 2022


California Probate: 5 Frequently Asked Questions

By The Probate Guy |

In this article, get to learn the answers to five frequently asked questions about probate in California. While reading these answers, please keep in mind that the information in this article is for informational purposes only. You should not use any of the information in this article to make decisions regarding probate. Before making… Read More »

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California Probate: Creditor Claims

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After the death of an individual, probate court allows unsecured creditors to demand payment from the deceased individual’s estate by filing a creditor’s claim. A secured creditor can enforce their lien rights without needing to file a creditor’s claim. However, for an unsecured creditor to obtain payment, they must follow certain procedures in a… Read More »

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California Probate: Removing An Executor Or Administrator Of An Estate

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In California, the executor of a decedent’s Will is mandated by law to follow the terms of the decedent’s Will in conformity with California probate laws. If there is no Will, an administrator has a fiduciary duty to comply with the state’s intestacy laws. While most executors and administrators meet their fiduciary obligations, there… Read More »

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Who Cannot Serve As A Personal Representative In California?

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In California, a personal representative is an individual who has been entrusted to carry out the administration of a decedent’s estate. According to California Probate law, the individual named in a decedent’s will has the right to be appointed as a personal representative unless otherwise disqualified. If there is no will or a will… Read More »

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