How to probate an estate in California, 18th ed.9781413305746
How to probate probate (prō`bāt), in law, the certification by a court that a will is valid. Probate, which is governed by various statutes in the several states of the United States, is required before the will can take effect. an estate in California, 18th ed.
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Long time probate administrator Nissley advises readers on how to probate (settle and distribute) the simple estate of a deceased person in California without the use of lawyers. Updated to include current legal considerations including tax issues, chapters discuss how to: identify the property owned, determine who has authority to wind up affairs and who is entitled en·ti·tle
tr.v. en·ti·tled, en·ti·tling, en·ti·tles
1. To give a name or title to.
2. To furnish with a right or claim to something: to inherit the estate, transfer and clear title to property the decedent An individual who has died. The term literally means "one who is dying," but it is commonly used in the law to denote one who has died, particularly someone who has recently passed away. owned with others, transfer property to a surviving spouse or domestic partner, conduct a simple probate court probate court
A court limited to the jurisdiction of probating wills and administering estates.
Noun 1. probate court - a court having jurisdiction over the probate of wills and the administration of estates proceeding by mail, and file income and estate tax returns on behalf of the decedent, among other tasks. Also included is a list of conditions under which a reader should seek legal help, and forms for executing most of the tasks outlined. All information is specific to California probate procedure.
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