Probate: What are the ramifications of notifying the FTB of decedent's death AFTER the CA 90 days requirement?
4 attorney answers
Notify them and inform the court of what you did. Yes it will prolong it until you get proof that the FTB has no claim or a claim has been satisfied.
I agree, just serve your notice on the FTB. The FTB no longer provides a closing letter, so your estate can be closed without that, but the Court will require notice. As long as you have paid the taxes, you will be fine. If any taxes remain unpaid, then the FTB will come after you personally, so you may not want to distribute the estate or close the probate unless you are certain all taxes have been paid.
Notice the FTB. You won't be able to close your probate without the FTB closing letter. Otherwise, the timing is inconsequential.
Not a problem. File the form immediately as the timing is not important. The Court will not allow you to "wrap up the case" without the notice to and response of the FTB. Make sure you have noticed the Department of Health Care Services as well. Good luck.