Many of our customers ask our attorneys, “What is a Request for Special Notice in California Probate Estates?”
A request for special notice in a California Probate Case is request to know what documents are being filed in the probate case. The Request for Special Notice is a court form which you can find here, and file with the court, if you are requesting to receive copies of documents which are filed in the probate case.
When can a Request for Special Notice be Requested in a California Estate?
A request for special notice can be requested anytime after letters are issued.
Who can Request Special Notice in a California Probate?
An heir, devisee, beneficiary, or other interested person can request special notice in an estate in California.
About what types of situations, can an heir request special notice from the executor?
1) Petitions filed in the administration proceeding.
(2) Inventories and appraisals of property in the estate, including any supplemental inventories and appraisals.
(3) Objections to an appraisal.
(4) Accounts of a personal representative.
(5) Reports of status of administration.
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