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2011: San Diego Probate Court Rules

In San Diego, the San Diego Superior Court has jurisdiction regarding probate cases. One division is the Probate Court. The Probate Rules are very important as they must be complied with any probate case.

The Probate Court Rules include the probate rules under title seven, the probate local rules, the San Diego County Superior Court rules which are effective January 2, 2011, the Probate Court 1 polices and procedures, the Probate Court 2 policies and procedures as well as Probate Department N-23 polices and procedures. It is very important to fully comply with all of the rules and they can be very complicated.

Probate administration can be a very stressful experience for the parties. One of the probate procedures includes the Probate Examiners. There may be a tentative ruling and/or a telephonic court conference before the hearing. The court calendar can often have many parties appearing on the same morning or afternoon and cases can also be continued.

If you have questions on the probate court rules, procedures or need legal representation for a probate case in San Diego, California, please feel free to contact us for a complimentary consultation.

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