How do I get my nephew's inheritance to him while he is incarcerated in a California prison?
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The restitution issue may prevent him from receiving the view of the inheritinance, but he still receive the remainder of his full amount, if you follow the Notice rules.
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Your attorney can assist with this but basically, if he has any restitution, that will be paid out of his share. From there, all you have to do is send him a check. It would be nice however, if you sent him a letter or called him to ask if he wants to make alternate arrangements such has giving it to an agent under power of attorney or something else. Again, your attorney can assist with discussing options here.