What is a San Diego Probate Referee?
Personal representatives of a San Diego Probate often ask “What is a San Diego Probate Referee
and what do they do?”
In the case of a San Diego area probate, a probate referee is appointed by the San Diego Probate Court to appraise the value of property in all San Diego County area probate estates. Once the value is established, it is important that the San Diego Realtor guide the personal representative to accept an offer to purchase within the guidelines set by the San Diego Probate Court.
There are many San Diego probate referee’s to choose from. To access the California Probate Referees Association go to: http://probatereferees.net
For a free copy of THE PROBATE REFEREE GUIDE – Using Probate Referees in Trusts, Probate, Conservatorships and Guardianships, Small Estates and Non-Probate Matters Simply send me an email to Kim@ProbateAndTrustHelp.com
For a bit more information on hiring a San Diego Probate Referee, Attorney Scott Grossman has prepared a video that discusses hiring an attorney as a San Diego Probate Referee.
Be aware that your San Diego Probate Attorney would be the best resource to guide you towards a San Diego Probate Referee completing this important step towards having the San Diego Probate house appraised prior to preparing the San Diego house for sale.
Many Executors and Administrators are curious about the value of the San Diego Probate house prior to receiving the San Diego Probate Referees appraisal. If you would like a free Pinpoint Price Analysis, call San Diego Real Estate Probate Specialist, Kim Ward at 619.741.0111 for a no-obligation 20-minute consultation of your exact circumstances.