We are Certified Probate Real Estate Specialists CPRES.

Are you dealing with the loss of a loved one and have been named personal representative of the estate?
Selling Real Estate through probate can be confusing and involves many steps.
If you are just not sure where to start on liquidating the real estate assets, let us help and guide you through this process.

What to expect.

Below represents a typical timeline of the process. Contact us so we can better understand your situation and needs.

Prepare and file petition for probate

Court hearing on the Petition for Probate

The following are issued:

Letters of Administration Orders for Probate, Duties and Liabilities, Issue Bond if ordered), & **Letters (if not contested) of Testimentary **

Notice to creditors

Notice to Department of Health Services Inventory & Appraisement

Pay State and Federal Taxes (if necessary)

Allow or Reject Creditor Claims

Possible Preliminary Distributions

Notice to Department of Health Services (if deceased received medical)

Notice to Franchise Tax Board (if heir is out of state).

Notice to creditors

Claim of Exemption (if assets transfer to a minor)

Receive Final Tax Letter from State and Federal (if appropriate)

File Petition for Final Distribution and Accounting
Hearing on Petition for final Distribution and Accounting
Order Approving Final Distribution and Accounting

Distribution of Assets to Heirs

Final Discharge Order (indicates close of probate case)
Final Distribution of Funds

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