In the earlier article that can be read over here, we have mentioned advantages or benefits of Probate. Specially if it is taken up early. Whereas, in this article we have compiled FAQs received on how to avoid the given
Advantages of early Probate
In this article, we have clubbed and covered queries that we received from Inland Empire, California (ca). Usually people search for a will dispute lawyer once disputes have arisen. However, if beforehand certain aspects are kept in mind disputes will either
Answers to Questions regarding Process & Probate Attorney in Hesperia, California
We received some enquiries from Hesperia and Apple Valley from a gentleman who wanted some information about Probate Attorneys in Hesperia or a probate lawyer who can help him in Hesperia in a probate case. He had concerns about the
WHAT IS A NOTARY?
A notary public is a person of required honesty, credibility, truthfulness and integrity, appointed by the State of California. A notary public is an impartial witness who is commissioned by the state for taking oaths, affirmations, and performing other acts
NOTARY APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Following is the application procedure for the new and the renewing notaries in California: 1. Complete state required training and receive a certificate of completion. 2. Fill out California Notary Application which can be downloaded from the Secretary of State website. 3. Submit
The Shocking And Under Reported Problem Of Nursing Home Abuse
The numbers regarding nursing home abuse should stop us all in our tracks. One study of nursing home residents found that 44 percent reported experiencing abuse at one point. Shockingly, 95 percent reported that they had either been neglected or
What Is A Living Trust?
What is a Will? A Will directs the smooth transition of your assets to beneficiaries after a person dies. It is a legal document that communicates your wishes regarding the distribution of your property and becomes irrevocable upon your death.
What Is Probate?
What is Probate? Probate is the legal process to transfer or inherit property from a decedent to the beneficiaries. It is commonly started by an heir, relative or friend. The probate process involves a court case dealing with the following:
Probate Of Small Estate, $20,000 Or Less In Assets
If a person dies and leaves behind assets worth $20,000 or less, the person’s surviving spouse or minor children can petition the court to “set aside” the estate. This is a simpler alternative to the full probate process. In order
Everything You Need To Know About Statutory Will
California along with Maine, Michigan, and Wisconsin allow Statutory Wills. A California Statutory Will can be found under Section 6240 of the Probate Code. California law provides a “fill in the blank” form which the Will maker must fill. A