Personal Representatives involved in the probate process have many responsibilities. Sometimes they must notify the Attorney General of things. So, in other words, they need to send a “Notice of Proposed Actions by Personal Representative” to the Attorney General of California in certain instances. Under California Probate Code, a notice of proposed action has to be sent to the Attorney General of California if any portion of the estate in probate is to escheat to the state. Specifically, they must be notified if the state’s interest would be affected by the proposed action. (Prob. Code, § 11703.)
A notice of proposed action must be given to anyone entitled to receive the notice at least 15 days before the date the proposed action is to take place. As mentioned above, sometimes this even means notifying the Attorney General.
If you have to notify the California Attorney General of a proposed action, the notice can be mailed to the following address:
Office of the Attorney General
Charitable Trusts Section
1300 “I” Street
Sacramento, CA 95814-2919
Of course, there are other reasons why you’d have to notify the AG too. Learn more here.
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