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Ex Parte For Order Permitting Conservator To Liquidate Estate Of Deceased Conservatee And Order Thereon 182-903 - California
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SUPERIOR COURT, COUNTY OF ORANGE ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY (Name and Address): TELEPHONE NO: FOR COURT USE ONLY ATTORNEY FOR (Name): ATTORNEY BAR # SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF ORANGE PROBATE DIVISION 341 THE CITY DRIVE POST OFFICE BOX 14171 ORANGE, CA 92613-1571 CONSERVATORSHIP OF THE ESTATE OF: CONSERVATEE CASE NUMBER: EX PARTE PETITION FOR ORDER PERMITTING CONSERVATOR TO LIQUIDATE ESTATE OF DECEASED CONSERVATEE AND ORDER THEREON (Probate Code Section 2631) 1. Petitioner was the duly appointed conservator of the estate of the above-named deceased conservatee on the date of the conservatee's death on (insert date of death) 2. The conservatee died intestate. The conservatee died testate. A copy of the document which petitioner has been informed is the Last Will of the deceased conservatee is attached hereto as Exhibit A and The Will does not appoint an executor. incorporated herein. Each executor named in the will is either deceased or unlocatable, or has refused to act. 3. The total market value of the estate of the deceased conservatee remaining after payment of and does not exceed expenses under Probate Code Section 2631 (a) is $ the amount determined under Probate Code Section 13100. Pursuant to Probate Code 2631 (b), no notice of this petition need be given. 4. WHEREFORE, petitioner prays that this court make its order authorizing petitioner to sell personal property of the deceased conservatee, withdraw money of the deceased conservatee in any accounts in financial institutions, and collect any debts, claims, or insurance proceeds owed to the deceased conservatee or the deceased conservatee's estate. Date: (SIGNATURE OF PETITIONER) VERIFICATION I declare under penally of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing is true and correct. Date: (SIGNATURE OF PETITIONER) (TYPE OR PRINT NAME OF PETITIONER) Page one of two F0182-903 (R7/91) (ORDER ON OTHER SIDE) PET 3LE 2000 (C) American LegalNet, Inc. ESTATE OF (Name): CASE NUMBER: ORDER PERMITTING CONSERVATOR TO LIQUIDATE ESTATE OF DECEASED CONSERVATEE (Probate Code Section 2631) UPON CONSIDERING the verified petition of the conservator (insert name of conservator) for an order permitting the conservator to liquidate the estate of the deceased conservatee, THE COURT FINDS that the total market value of the estate of the deceased conservatee does not exceed the amount determined under Probate Code Section13100; that good cause exists for the petition to be granted as prayed; and that no notice of this petition need be given. NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the conservator is authorized to sell the personal property of the deceased conservatee, to withdraw any money of the deceased conservatee in an account in any financial institution, and to collect any debt, claim, or insurance proceeds that may be owing to the deceased conservatee or the deceased conservatee's estate. DATE: JUDGE/COMMISSIONER OF THE SUPERIOR COURT Page two of two F0182-903 (R7/91) 2000 (C) American LegalNet, Inc.