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Fictitious Business Name Questions
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When should I publish my fictitious business name?
The best practice is to arrange for the publication of your fictitious business name as soon as you file it with the clerk or within 7 calendar days of filing. You have 30 calendar days from the date of filing that your legal must run at least one time within the required 4 times running with the paper.
What are the next steps if I miss the deadline for publishing my fictitious business name?
When should I expect for my proof of publication to be sent to the county clerk’s office?
When should I expect the proof of publication to be returned to me?
How much is it to publish my fictitious business name?
Can I send my filing in today and it gets published this week?
Can I publish my fictitious business name if I live outside of Riverside County?
Do I have to reside in Riverside County if I want to change my name?
When should I expect my proof of publication?
When should the final run take place?
The fourth week must have at least 5 days prior to your court date.
Can I change my entire family’s name on the same petition?
Does the property/estate have to be in Riverside County?
How long must my probate publication run?
Can the judge presiding over my case approve my publication if the estate is in another county, city, or state?
No. Probates must be filed within the county of the deceased’s residence.
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