When Simplified Probate Procedures Don’t Apply
Unfortunately, the above Simplified Probate procedures may not be available for some estates. When a person has died and has not made necessary pre-death arrangements to avoid probate, and when the estate does not qualify under one of the Simplified Probate procedures offered under California law, the only option may be to file a full, formal probate proceeding. For more information on filing a complete Probate proceeding click here.
Filing Your Simplified Probate Proceeding Using our Self-help Services: In view of the voluminous paperwork required by the court, preparing all of the necessary probate documentation can be extremely overwhelming for the average lay person. For routine proceedings, this process can easily be facilitated with our full service document preparation and processing.