A petition for final distribution for a probate case in California is the topic of this blog post.
A petition for final distribution for a probate case in California must include a final account unless all heirs or beneficiaries have filed the filing of an account. The personal representative for the estate must have the petition set for hearing, provide notice of the hearing to all interested parties, and obtain a court order approving the final distribution.
A petition for final distribution for a probate case in California is used to provide the court with a detailed history of the probate case. It explains in detail why the estate is ready to be closed, and how the assets are to be distributed.
A petition for final distribution for a probate case in California cannot be filed until at least four months after the date that Letters were issued.
If the court grants the petition for final distribution for a probate case in California, the personal representative must submit a formal order for final distribution. Once the formal order of distribution has been signed by the judge, the personal representative can distribute the remaining assets according to the order.
All heirs and beneficiaries must sign a formal receipt confirming that they have received their share of the assets of the estate which will then be filed with the Court to provide proof that the assets of the estate have been distributed pursuant to the terms of the order.
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