What is a Notice of Proposed Action?
A Notice of Proposed Action must be given when dealing with the sale of real property in a probate. The notice must be writing and sent to the interested persons, the heirs or beneficiaries or anyone or any entity requesting special notice of the probate proceeding.
The notice must be mailed 15 days prior to the date the proposed action will be taken; such as the sale of the house. Your attorney will draft the notice and mail it.
If objections to the proposed action are made during the 15 day period then a court order is required to proceed with the action. If there are no objections, then the notice of proposed action has been completed.
Click on the links below for our updated videos about the notice of proposed action:
Notice of Proposed Action Part 1
Notice of Proposed Action Part 2
For further clarification, please contact your attorney. Or, us directly at 619-741-0111.
This video is for general education purposes only and is provided here solely to explain how to help with real property that is part of an estate. The content is not intended to provide legal advice. It is recommended that the legal advice of an attorney be sought regarding probate and probate court proceedings.