The California State Archives has some original and microfilm local government records from 28 California counties. Types of records include: Probate (primarily indexes and case files), Courts (County, District, Judicial, and Superior Court case files, judgments, registers, and fee books), Bonds, Letters and Wills, Naturalization, Deeds, Homesteads (may include Homestead declarations and ...
But while you may not be able to view copies of the actual will and other documents that have been filed with the probate court for free (many courts have started charging for the ability to view their documents), at the very least, you should be able to see a list of the documents that have been filed, who has been named as the executor of the estate, which attorney the executor has hired ...
A branch of the Department of the Treasurer Tax Collector for Los Angeles County, responsible for investigating, managing, and administering certain cases of deceased Los Angeles County residents. Real property Buildings and land, including the residence owned by the decedent at the time of death. Summary proceeding
Los Angeles County court records for cases from 1910 to 2004 are available from the Archives and Records Center. The Archive and Records Center also has public access computers where parties may inspect cases for free. To order by mail or in person, use the following details: Archives and Records Center 222 North Hill Street Room 212
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The records, first reported by the Las Vegas Review-Journal, show the case was dismissed and closed in March 2021 after Telles paid a $418 fine, attended counseling and stayed out of trouble.