WASHINGTON PROBATE LITIGATION

Protecting Your Rights as an Heir or Beneficiary

Seattle & King County | Tacoma & Pierce County

Everett & Snohomish County | All Washington

For Attorneys, Lawyers, & the Public

 

WA-Probate > Probate-Litigation > Objecting to the Declaration of Completion of Probate

 

J.  Objecting to the Declaration of Completion of Probate

 

 

To close the probate estate, a Nonintervention Personal Representative is generally required to:

The Personal Representative's Declaration of Completion is in effect his/her Final Report & Account (of his/her administration of the estate) and Petition for Approval Thereof, Final Distribution, Termination of the Estate, & Discharge of Personal Representative.

 

Any interested person may effectively object to the Personal Representative's Declaration of Completion by:

If no such Petition is timely filed, then 30 days after the filing of the Declaration of Completion:

If such a Petition is timely filed and served, the Personal Representative is required to:

See:

 

Petition for Order re Declaration of Completion of Probate & Declaration of Mailing form.

 

Bottom-line: If you have any questions, concerns, or objections whatsoever to the Personal Representative's Declaration of Completion, and especially if after discussing them with the Personal Representative or his/her attorney, you remain concerned, you should immediately seek the advice of legal counsel, timely file a Petition for Order re Declaration of Completion, and serve a copy of your Petition on the Personal Representative.

 

 

Disqualification or Removal
of Pers. Repr. Issues

WASHINGTON PROBATE
Instructions & Forms


Probate Litigation
Site Map

Pers. Repr. &
Attorney's Fees Issues