Limited authority truly affects the timelines because the probate court must confirm any sale of the decedent’s home which can add an additional 30 days or more to the selling of the real estate process.
When all the beneficiaries do not object to the proposed action during the time allotted, the 15 days, then you are safe to go forward with the action.
A Notice of Proposed Action (NOPA) is drafted by the probate attorney and mailed to all the beneficiaries once an offer to purchase the home is negotiated.
I was invited to meet with Ron and his wife, Joy to talk about helping them with the preparation, marketing, and sale of his Uncle’s property in the Fletcher Hills area of El Cajon. Ron and Joy had many good questions for me.
It is important to maximize the decedent’s assets for the probate beneficiaries or trust heirs. Therefore, selling the decedents house should be considered the most important step when liquidating the estate.
As San Diego’s Probate expert, I get this question all the time. What is the difference between a San Diego Executor and a San Diego Administrator?
I help executors, administrators and trustees to prepare, to market and to sell San Diego real estate. In this short video, I discuss some of the preparations I recently performed for a La Jolla town home.
Selling San Diego probate real estate is different (and more complicated) then selling a traditional house. That’s why it’s important to have an expert.
These are three great questions that will help you avoid costly mistakes when selling a San Diego probate or Trust property. For more on these, watch the short video.
Preserving the property in the estate becomes crucial so that the San Diego executor can distribute the decedent’s property as dictated by the will. In some cases, San Diego executors physically secure a home with locks so that the belongings inside can be preserved for appraisal and distribution.