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Everyone should have a will!
For many people, planning for death is a scary prospect. Unlike divorce or loss of a job, it is inevitable. Still, there are those who are superstitious about estate planning and put off planning for what Benjamin Franklin sees as one of the two sure-things in our life – the other being taxes.
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WHAT IS PROBATE!

Probate is the legal process of transferring property upon a person’s death. Probate is a public, court-supervised process, and it becomes necessary when someone dies without a Living Trust.

Probate is never easy. It comes at a time of loss and grieving and it is time-consuming and it can be expensive. Many people think they need an attorney to oversee and execute the Probate process. But if the Probate is uncontested — if none of the heirs or beneficiaries is disputing the distribution of the estate — you do not need an attorney.

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AFFIDAVIT OF SMALL ESTATE

If you have the legal right to inherit personal property, like money in a bank account or stocks, and the entire estate is worth $150,000 or less, you may not have to go to court. There is a simplified process you can use to transfer the property to your name.

NOTE: This process is not for real property, like a house.

Figuring out if the estate is worth $150,000 or less
To calculate the value of the estate:

Include:

All real and personal property.

All life insurance or retirement benefits that will be paid to the estate (but not any insurance or retirement benefits designated to be paid to some other person).

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SPOUSAL PROPERTY PETITION

A surviving spouse or registered domestic partner may use a Spousal Property Petition to transfer or confirm property without a full probate proceeding. It is much simpler than full probate administration and is usually completed with only one or two court hearings.

Who can file a Spousal Property petition?

- The surviving spouse or registered domestic partner

- The representative of a surviving spouse’s estate (if the surviving spouse is also now deceased), or

- The conservator of the surviving spouse’s estate

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Court allow full travel ban to go into effect while government appeals

This afternoon the Supreme Court granted the federal government’s request to allow it to enforce the full set of restrictions imposed by President Donald Trump’s September 24 proclamation, often known as the “travel ban.” The proclamation limits the entry into the United States of nationals from eight countries – Iran, Libya, Yemen, Somalia and Syria (all of which were covered by an earlier order, issued on March 6), along with North Korea, Venezuela and Chad (which were not covered by the March 6 order).

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HEGGSTAD PETITION

A living trust must be properly “funded” in order to work properly. Upon the death of the person created the trust, only that property which is titled in the trust’s name will avoid the probate process.


So what happens if the Settlor apparently did have the clear intention of transferring his assets to his trust, but just never did the paperwork, or died before the paperwork was completed? Is probate avoidance truly impossible? In such a situation, while court intervention is unavoidable, it may very well be possible to avoid a full probate proceeding, thus avoiding the tremendous expense and delay of “full” probate administration.
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Crimes That Will Prevent You From Receiving U.S. Citizenship

If you are a green card holder applying for U.S. citizenship through the process known as naturalization, one important question will be whether you have ever been arrested for, charged with, or convicted of a crime. Although not every crime creates an outright bar to receiving U.S. citizenship, some do, while others will raise serious questions about whether you have the necessary good moral character.

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What is Probate?
Probate is the legal process of transferring property upon a person’s death. Probate is a public, court-supervised process, and it becomes necessary when someone dies without a Living Trust.
Probate is never easy. It comes at a time of loss and grieving and it is time-consuming and it can be expensive. If the Probate is uncontested — if none of the heirs or beneficiaries is disputing the distribution of the estate — you do not need an attorney.
Probate is actually a very methodical process, and it is a growing practice area for DP Probate Services. We help our clients through the step-by- step process, saving them considerable money.

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"... We hired DP Solutions to help us wade through the Byzantine process of Probate in the state of California. They offer paralegal services, but their guidance was better and more accessible than that we have received from attorneys. DP Solutions guided us every step of the way, keeping us informed and answering all our questions clearly and quickly.
We have finally reached the end of our nine month legal process with the courts. I can unequivocally say that we couldn't have done it without them, and that they made the entire experience crystal clear and painless. ..."
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