Explained by Our Walnut Creek Probate Lawyer
Probate is required in California when an individual dies owning assets exceeding $150,000 in their own name. California probate fees are set by statute in the probate code, and they represent the fees that your attorney and personal representative can request. These fees do not include certain special fees or any litigation costs.
The approximate cost for probating an estate is:
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*These are the statutory maximum fees authorized by the California probate code. They do not include special fees or litigation expenses. One half of these fees go to the attorney handling the probate, and one half will go to your administrator or executor.
Enlist the Help of an Experienced Attorney
To walk you through the complicated probate process, you need an experienced estate planning lawyer on your side. Daniel DuRee works one-on-one with his clients and helps them to clearly understand their options and the legalities surrounding their estate plans. The Law Offices of Daniel L. DuRee is compassionate and dedicated to helping our clients plan for the future.
Call (855) 963-0987 or contact the Law Offices of Daniel L. DuRee online to learn more.