Probate referees are independent officers of the court, appointed by the California State Controller. Their appraisal…More is required for probate, small estate petitions and conservatorship or guardianship cases. Probate referees can also help trustees by relieving them of potential conflicts of interest or liability for errors involving general trust valuations, distribution of trusts, sale of assets and tax filings. From her Napa office, Sue Eaton handles cases in both Napa and Sonoma counties.
County Appraisals 1339 Pearl St, Napa, CA94559 The County Appraisals is located in Downtown Napa on top of the Pearl Restaurant on Pearl Street. It specializes in…More business property, commercial, rural property and estates trusts probate. It has been in business in Napa since 1974.
Napa County Peace Officers Association P.O. Box 216, Napa, CA94558 The NCPOA is a non-profit organization with a mission to promote the science and art of police administration and crime…More prevention. Also supporting its widow and orphan fund, the organization links cooperation between law enforcement agencies. Membership is open to all full-time, permanently employed federal law enforcement officers, state peace officers (CHP, Fish and Game, BNE, ABC, Parole Officers, Arson Investigator for CalFire ,Railroad Police and Napa State Hospital Police), full-time permanently employed attorneys in the Napa DA, full-time permanently employed Napa County Probation Officers, full-time permanently employed peace officers (830.1(a)), full-time permanently employed arson investigators and others. All the above must be assigned to duties in Napa County. Annual fees apply for voting members and associate members. Retired members in good standing receive full membership with no annual fees. Benefits include a death benefit for member beneficiaries. The organization offers scholarships to individuals interested in a career in law enforcement. The Napa County Peace Officers Association was established in July 31, 1950.