Chino Hills, CA asked in Probate for California

Q: What to file Los Angeles probate court to ask judge to exclude property/money from sale of property & show proof Docs.

I mean I have my docs to show probate court why i want my funds from sale of my house excluded out of this estate. I want the judge to see that the deed is not valid because I was no longer the executor of the estate at the time this deed was supposedly signed. First, I never signed it and second the Grantor says its the estate of....which was no longer an estate bcuz it was closed by time these weirdos signed and recorded the deed. This is all just a mess and a waste of my time, the courts time, and my money!

Or am I wrong? Is the deed valid? Can I show it to you?

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1 Lawyer Answer

Richard Samuel Price

Answered
  • Probate Lawyer
  • Redlands, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: I'm sorry, but I'm unclear of what you are asking about. If you mean that there is a sale of real estate, and you receive notice of proposed action for the sale of the real estate, you can object to the sale and file your objection with the court and notify the personal representative.

I don't know what you mean by "proof docs."

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