Real Property Blog And News2018-04-02T00:31:07+00:00

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Steps for Filing Probate in California

The steps for filing probate in California can be overwhelming. For example, the process can take 8-10 months. One of the steps for filing probate in California includes identifying and valuing all assets. For low-cost, non-attorney help with the steps to file probate in California, contact A People’s Choice today.

California Simplified Probate Procedures Allow Transfer of Real Property

Use California simplified probate procedures to transfer real property valued under $150,000, and bypass expensive probate. California simplified probate procedures can be used to transfer personal property as well as real property and can be completed within 1-2 months. Make sure you know your probate options!

Settle Estate Using California Small Estate Probate Affidavit

Which California small estate probate affidavit can help you transfer real or personal property to beneficiaries in small estates and avoid probate? A California small estate probate affidavit is a quick way to transfer personal property or transfer real property under $50,000. Here is what you need to know about settling estates using a California small estate probate affidavit.

Steps to Evict a Tenant in California

Learn the steps to evict a tenant in California and how to avoid unnecessary delays in the court process...from serving the preliminary notice to filing a civil lawsuit, going to trial, and scheduling a move out by the Sheriff.

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