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The court in which you can file an appeal for a probate case in San Bernardino County, California, as well as Riverside County in California depends on the specific issue being appealed i.e.:

For appeals of probate orders or judgments:
The superior court in San Bernardino County and superior court in Riverside County respectively: This is the general rule for most probate appeals.
The Superior Court of California, County of San Bernardino and Riverside, has Probate Divisions that deals with cases related to the administration of estates, wills, and conservatorships.

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Court of Appeal: In some specific cases, like challenging the constitutionality of a probate law or challenging a referee’s findings, the appeal might jump directly to the California Court of Appeal for the Fourth Appellate District. The Fourth Appellate District is divided into divisions, and Division Two is one of them.

The amount in controversy: If the estate’s value exceeds a certain limit (currently $250,000), the appeal might go directly to the Court of Appeal.

The type of order being appealed: Certain types of orders, like those regarding appointment of a conservator or guardian ad litem, might follow different appeal procedures.

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Please note that legal processes and court structures may change, so it’s always a good idea to check with the relevant court or seek advice from a legal professional for the most up-to-date and accurate information.

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In which court appeal can be filed for probate in San Bernardino county and Riverside County in California?