This version of the form is not currently in use and is provided for reference only. Download this version of Form DE-315 for the current year.
This is a legal form that was released by the California Superior Court - a government authority operating within California. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.
Q: What is Form DE-315?
A: Form DE-315 is an Order Determining Succession to Real Property (Estates of $166,250 or Less) in California.
Q: What is the purpose of Form DE-315?
A: The purpose of Form DE-315 is to determine the rightful successors to real property in estates of $166,250 or less.
Q: Who can use Form DE-315?
A: Form DE-315 is used by individuals in California who are dealing with a estate valued at $166,250 or less and need to determine the rightful recipients of real property.
Q: How much should the estate be valued at to use Form DE-315?
A: Form DE-315 is applicable for estates valued at $166,250 or less.
Q: Is Form DE-315 specific to a particular state?
A: Yes, Form DE-315 is specific to the state of California.
Q: What is required to fill out Form DE-315?
A: To fill out Form DE-315, you will need to provide information about the deceased person, the property, and the potential successors.
Q: Do I need to file Form DE-315 with the court?
A: Yes, you will need to file Form DE-315 with the court in order for the order determining succession to real property to be issued.
Q: Is there a fee for filing Form DE-315?
A: The filing fee for Form DE-315 may vary depending on the court. You will need to check with your local court for the exact fee.
Q: Are there any other forms or documents that need to be filed along with Form DE-315?
A: In some cases, you may need to file additional forms or documents along with Form DE-315. It is recommended to consult with an attorney to ensure all necessary documents are filed.
Download a fillable version of Form DE-315 by clicking the link below or browse more documents and templates provided by the California Superior Court.