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Receipt of Property from Conservator

An individual who was under a conservatorship has passed away. The conservator will need to do something with the assets he or she has control of and turn them over. Because of the transition of estates (going from conservatorship to a deceased estate), the personal representative will want to have the Receipt of Property from [...]

Schedule of Distributions and Payment of Claims

The time has come to close the probate estate. As part of the closing of the estate, all of the assets and claims are distributed to the recipients and creditors, respectively. The court will need record of these distributions. That’s why when closing out, the Schedule of Distributions and Payment of Claims will need to [...]

Order Regarding Petition for Protective Order

An individual is interested in making sure someone’s financial assets are intact. In some instances, you may just want to file for conservatorship. However, there may be an instance where someone wants to file a protective order as well. Filing the Order Regarding Petition for Protective Order will allow the individual to do so. The [...]

Declaration of Intent to Give Notice by Publication

Upon someone’s death, a personal representative (once appointed) will be tasked to distribute the assets to the Interested parties, according to the will or intestate law. Assume however that there is an interested party who can’t be reached. Their whereabouts are unknown. In case of a situation like this, the Declaration of Intent to Give [...]

Appointment of Successor Personal Representative

In probate administrations, the personal representative is working on behalf of a deceased estate. What happens though if the personal representative becomes incapacitated or god forbid, passes away? Should this happen to a personal representative, there is a way to make sure his or her administrative powers and duties are safely transitioned to someone else. [...]

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