When people have to go through the probate process, they’re rarely familiar with it. Many questions pop up. For example, some wonder, “How long before I get a Notice of Proposed Action?” California Probate Code establishes certain rules to make sure you have adequate time to prepare with your legal representative. So, if you’re wondering if your Notice of Proposed Action will arrive at the last minute, you’re in luck.
A Notice of Proposed Action must be mailed or personally delivered at least 15 days before the date the proposed action is set to take place. Now, if you’re expecting this, keep one thing in mind. Have you recently moved? The notice legally has to be addressed to your last known address. It comes via first class mail. If you have moved and need to update your address, make sure to contact the estate’s attorney or the estate representative.
To learn more, check out California Probate Code § 10586. Remember, it’s always good to have legal advice when going through probate. Let us know if you are in need of a referral to one of California’s top probate attorneys.
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