In our last post, we discussed that how no matter how diligent a landlord is in vetting prospective tenants, there will more than likely come a time when they must pursue an eviction. To that end, we also discussed how California has set forth a painstaking process to legally evict problem tenants that must be followed.
When a person makes the momentous decision to purchase rental property and officially become a landlord, they will understandably do everything in their power to protect their investment from making sure that all maintenance is performed regularly to carefully vetting prospective tenants.
Probate is a legal process that deals with transferring the property of a deceased person to his or her heirs and beneficiaries. The process also verifies that wills are valid and that the probate addresses the financial responsibilities of the deceased person. In California, the probate process must be addressed within 30 days of the date of death.