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The process of selling real estate (real property) through Probate, Conservatorship, and sometimes Trusts involves a team effort between the Attorney, Probate Realtor, and Personal Representative (PR). It involves a series of sequential court-regulated steps that must be executed and followed “to a tee” by all parties. While precision is central to every real estate transaction, the demands of court regulated sales are particularly complex. Deadlines are unforgiving and the probate codes must be honored.
Real property owned by the Estate is often the largest asset within the Estate/Trust. The marketing and sale should be handled by an experienced real estate agent that specializes in Probate/Trust, and has a thorough knowledge of the process, timelines, and required documentation.
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