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    Default How Probate Court Works

    My question involves estate proceedings in the state of: Georgia

    My father passed with no will and the only heirs are me and my bother. I have filed in probate court and really don't understand how it works. So my question is can you tell me how all this works? Thanks

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    Default Re: How Probate Court Works

    You can find a lot of information on the probate process here.

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    Default Re: How Probate Court Works

    Thanks that helped some. I have another question when the probate court judge signs off what if bills come in after that?

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    Default Re: How Probate Court Works

    You have to notify any known creditors and give them the opportunity to file a claim. After probate is closed they are SOL.

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    Default Re: How Probate Court Works

    I don't know about any creditors the only one I know of is his truck and we have already talked to the bank about that.

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