How to Probate an Estate in California

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Nolo.com, 2000 - Probate law and practice - 448 pages
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A Nolo bestseller, How to Probate an Estate unravels how to settle a simple California estate without an attorney. It provides all the tear-out forms and instructions necessary to:
-- read and understand a will
-- determine who gets property if there is no will
-- transfer securities
-- collect life insurance and other death benefits
-- change title of real estate, securities and other possessions into the names of the new owners...and much more.

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How to Probate an Estate in California

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My mother just turned 80. She has a will and a trust. I now know what to do when she passes. How to deal with social security, banks, IRS responsibilities etc. Very readable and understandable. I am sure I will refer to it often when the time comes. Read full review

Contents

Who Are the Heirs and Beneficiaries?
3-1
CHAPTER 4
4-2
Preparing a Schedule of the Assets and Debts
5-1
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Nissley was Probate Administrator with a Los Angeles law firm for many years. She now operates her own probate-form preparation service for all California counties, handling all sorts of probate paperwork through the mail or in person.

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