A – For probate in Colorado, the process or proceeding you can expect to face will depend on whether an estate can be informally probated or whether it has to pass through formal probate. In general, the following are some of the aspects of the process of probate in Colorado (regardless of whether the proceedings are informal or formal):
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A – Personal representatives (which were formerly referred to as executors) can be selected by:
For some more answers about probate in Colorado, do not miss the conclusion to this blog series that will be published soon!
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