IAEA

»Tag: IAEA

Is There A Reason Some Probate Properties Don’t Need Court Confirmation?

If you've just found yourself in a probate situation, you may wonder why some probate properties do not require court confirmation. Right? Thankfully, we have your answer. If a probate property is a trust sale, the sale may [...]

Does The Administer Have Any Control Over Price When Real Property Is Sold Under IAEA?

Are the price and terms of a probate real estate sale are dictated by the courts? Under the IAEA, when the personal representative has full authority to administer the estate, the personal representative determines the terms and the [...]

By |2018-04-15T16:48:14-07:00April 15th, 2018|California, Probate, Selling|0 Comments

Full Authority Sales in California: What is IAEA?

The Independent Administration of Estates Act (IAEA) was enacted in 1987. It altered and streamlined how probate sales move forward. It’s actually multiple, related laws that let the personal representative administer most parts of a decedent's estate without [...]

By |2018-03-27T09:48:44-07:00March 30th, 2018|California, Sales, The Courtroom|0 Comments

Can The Court Limit The Personal Representative’s Authority Under The IAEA?

The Independent Administration of Estates Act (IAEA) lets the personal representative administer most parts of a decedent's estate without court supervision. Estate sales under IAEA are often called Full Authority Sales. Still, the court can actually limit the [...]