The Probate Court is a division of the Superior Court of California and supervises the collection and distribution of a person’s assets after death. The probate process requires a formal petition, general published notice, specific notice to heirs, beneficiaries, tax authorities, and creditors as well as compliance with the many nuances of the California Probate Code and Local Rules of the San Diego Superior Court. Though this process can generally be avoided by the creation of a personal or family trust, the intricacies of formal probate administration can be overwhelming for the lay person.

We represent clients from very small probate estates to multi-million dollar matters. We carefully guide them through each step of the probate process and make every effort to resolve the matter as quickly as possible.

If you have a question about the procedures or requirements of a probate administration, we would be grateful to be of service.

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