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underwood-real-estate-commission-probate-300x300Probate proceedings can often be complex, especially when it comes to the sale of property within an estate. In California, the rules governing commissions for agents, brokers, and auctioneers involved in probate sales are outlined in California Probate Code. 

Probate commissions are fees paid to executors and administrators for their services in managing and distributing an estate. However, what constitutes “normal” probate commissions can vary widely and is often misunderstood. 

Probate commissions, also known as executor fees or personal representative fees, compensate individuals responsible for overseeing the probate process. These individuals, typically named in the deceased’s will or appointed by the court if there’s no will, handle tasks such as gathering assets, paying debts, filing tax returns, and distributing property to beneficiaries.

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