top of page
  • Writer's picturePaul R Kelly, Esq.

What are Riverside County Superior Court Probate Notes?

Probate Notes are a written summary of your case, drafted by the Court, prior to the court hearing. Probate Notes will include an identification of the parties involved in the matter, the relief sought, summaries of petitions and objections, and a listing of deficiencies in the petition.  The following is the link to locate Probate Notes for the Riverside Superior Court: Public Access | Riverside Superior Court


In essence, Probate Notes are the means by which the court communicates with the parties prior to the court hearing to tell the parties whether the matter will be approved or whether there are “deficiencies” (or matters to clear) with your petition.


Probate Notes are very important because they will list any “deficiencies” or “matters to clear.”  Remedying these “deficiencies” (or matters to clear) is vital to the approval of any petition.  To remedy a deficiency in a case, the Petitioner must file a “Supplement” verified and signed under the penalty of perjury to address the deficiencies raised by the court.

If you are handling a probate by yourself without legal representation (or pro per) and you need assistance fixing any “deficiencies” in your case, the Kelly Law Firm can assist you on a limited basis at our hourly rate.

5 views

Recent Posts

See All

What are Orange County Superior Court Probate Notes?

Probate Notes are a written summary of your case, drafted by the Court, prior to the court hearing. Probate Notes will include an identification of the parties involved in the matter, the relief sough

Kommentare


bottom of page