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Creditors in Probate Cases

As I mentioned yesterday I am a frequent lecturer on California probate and estate planning.  Down below are my notes from a 2008 lecture on the probate process given here in Sacramento to a room full of attorneys. There are a lot of little issues involved with putting creditors on notice in probate. Failure to do so can leave the Personsal Representative (Administrator or Executor) personally financially liable.  Yes, I said PERSONALLY LIABLE! Make sure you work with a qualified California probate attorney. For more information contact me directly or visit our probate website at www.californiaprobate.info  
  1. Notice to Creditors, Beneficiaries and State Agencies – What Is Required
    1. The PR is  responsible for putting
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