Colorado Probate: Do I Have to Go to Court to Become the Executor/Personal Representative?

Colorado Springs probate lawyerIn many cases, a personal representative can be appointed without attending a court hearing.

A hearing is not required if there are no objections to an application or petition to become a personal representative, and the court finds that the information on the documents filed is satisfactory. The court will simply issue the order appointing the personal representative. 

If, however, the person wishing to be appointed does not have statutory priority or there is an objection to their appointment by another party, a hearing may be necessary.

It would be beneficial for you to call a Probate Lawyer Colorado Springs resident trust. The Colorado Springs Probate attorneys at Baker Law Group have many years of experience serving their clients in probate matters.

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