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This procedure is used to transfer the decedent's estate assets pursuant to either the provisions in a Last Will and Tstament or pursuant to intestate succession (to family members and other entities according to statute when no Will was executed) providing estate assets are under $75,000.00
This procedure is used to transfer real property of decedent's estate pursuant to either the provisions in a Last Will and Testament or pursuant to intestate succession providing the net real estate assets are under $100,000.00. The Affidavit is filed with the court (with a filing fee and certification cost) and then recorded with the County Recorder (recording cost)..
This procedure is used to transfer the decedent's assets pursuant to either the provisions in a Last Will and Testament of intestate succession providing personal property assets are over $75,000.00 and real property assets are over $100,000.00, or if probate is required to transfer property. There is no court hearing. Documentation is filed with the Proprate Registrar and the appointment of Personal Representative is made by the Registrar. Post appointment documents are required, such as an Inventory, Notice to Creditors., Accountings (in some cases) and the Closing Statement. There is a court filing fee, cost of certified copy of Letters and publication fee for the Notice to Creditors.
Similar to an informal probate, but there is a hearing before a Judge in order to get appointed Personal and all interested parties must be served and notified of said hearing. The Notice of Hearing must be published as well. Post appointment documents are the same as with the Informal Probate.
Procedure where someone is appointed Guardian (responsible for the care and general welfare of the ward) and/oor Conservator (handles assets of the ward if they are more than $5,000.00). There is a hearing to be appointed as Guardian/Conservator. A court investigator and attorney for the ward are also appointed by the Court.
Procedure whereby someone is appointed as Guardian or Conservator (or both) of an adult incapacitated person (ages 17.5 years and older). There is a court hearing before a Judge to get appointment. There is also a court appointed court investigator and attorney for the ward. A Physicians Report is also required setting forth why the ward is in need of a guardianship/conservatorship.
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