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Probate Self-Help

You can get help with your Probate case using the Los Angeles Superior Court services, outside agencies, websites or documents listed below.

Office/Service Information Hours Location Phone
Los Angeles Superior Court Self-Help & Resource Centers The Court and Legal Aid partners operate Self-Help & Resource Centers for Self-Represented Litigants to provide education and assistance to parties who do not have attorneys and need to complete documents and court procedures on their own.

Self Help Resource Centers Guide
     
California Courts Self-Help Center The Administrative Office of the Courts provides the California Courts website Family Law Self-Help Center to help with some of your questions about the Conservatorship process.

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How to File A Creditor's Claim Guidelines for filing a claim if someone dies while owing you for goods or services.

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The State Bar of California The California State Bar Association offers general information on estate planning. Subjects include:
  • Do I Need A Will?
  • Do I Need Estate Planning
  • Do I Need a Living Trust?


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Probate Guardianship/Conservatorship Information Sheet The Probate Guardianship/Conservatorship Information Sheet is provided as a community service. It may not be comprehensive nor is it guaranteed to be accurate (prices and services change without notice). The Los Angeles Superior Court and the Probate Division do not endorse and are not responsible for the quality of service received from these agencies.

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Probate Commonly Used Abbreviations A number of abbreviations are used when working with probate matters.

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