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When you’re selling probate real estate, you need to work with a team of highly qualified professionals.

That includes probate attorneys in Los Angeles County who are experienced and have in-depth knowledge of the selling process.

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In order to sell the property quickly and at the right price, it’s essential that you’re working with an expert in probate real estate – and that’s where we come in.

Call us toll-free at 800-804-0540. We’ll be happy to answer your questions, refer you to local experts, and aggressively market the property so it’s front-and-center for potential buyers.

3009, 2018

What Is “Tenants In Common” Joint Ownership?

September 30th, 2018|Categories: California, Probate, Probate Attorneys / Lawyers, Probate FAQ's, The Courtroom|Tags: , |

There are different forms of asset ownership. We recently discussed  joint tenancy. Tenants in common is a different kind of ownership. In this form of ownership, multiple people share a specified percentage of ownership rights in the asset.  If one of the owners dies, then that owner's share gets transferred to their estate. [...]

2209, 2018

What Assets Don’t Generally Go Through Probate?

September 22nd, 2018|Categories: California, Probate, Probate Attorneys / Lawyers, Probate FAQ's, The Courtroom, Trust|Tags: , |

When someone dies and the estate lands in probate court, not all assets have to go through the probate process. When something is in your name only, that's an obvious asset that would go through probate. Bank accounts, vehicles, and real estate with only your name as the owner generally are subjected to [...]

509, 2018

Initiating Probate Litigation In California

September 5th, 2018|Categories: California, Probate, Probate Attorneys / Lawyers, Probate FAQ's|Tags: , |

Do you need to initiate probate litigation in California? Did you know that in California, probate petitions are initiated in superior court. First, you'll need to start the probate litigation in the county where the decedent lived just prior to their death. The very first filing in a probate matter in California will [...]