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Probate is the court supervised process of transferring a deceased person's property. There are different types of probate proceedings available. Which type of probate you should open depends on the value of the deceased's property and the nature of that property. Florida offers 3 different types of probate proceedings: Formal Administration, Summary Administration, and Disposition of Personal Property Without Administration. Our probate attorneys will help you decide which type of probate proceeding you should file. Below is a brief description of each type of Florida probate proceeding:
Our probate lawyers can file probate proceedings in any county in Florida. Probate proceedings are filed in the county where the decedent resided. If the deceased person is not a Florida resident, then probate can be filed in any county where the deceased owned property. An Ancillary Administration may be opened to probate a nonresident of Florida's estate. A probate proceeding may be opened by any "interested person". ".Interested person". is defined as a beneficiary, creditor, person nominated as the personal representative in the decedent's will, or any person that reasonably expects to be affected by the outcome of the particular proceeding involved.
Unless you are the sole beneficiary or the estate qualifies for Disposition of Personal Property Without Administration, a lawyer is required to open the probate proceeding. Even if an attorney is not required in your particular situation, we recommend that you use one. Probate is a time consuming process with many technical rules. By hiring an attorney, you will avoid mistakes that make the process longer and incur additional cost. Our probate attorneys will guide you through this stressful time. We will help you choose the right probate proceeding for your particular situation and complete the administration in the most efficient way. We offer appointments by phone to make things easier for you.
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To ensure that your property passes to your beneficiaries in the most efficient manner, contact our estate planning lawyers. Our estate planning attorneys draft wills, trusts and other planning documents. Estate planning techniques should be implemented sooner rather than later. An effective estate plan can help you during life in addition to protecting your assets after death. Arcadier & Associates, P.A. offers personalized, quality legal services at a reasonable rate. Attorney Eve Travis, is the managing attorney for the Firm's Probate and Trust Practice. Our South Florida lawyers look forward to helping you with your estate planning and probate needs. Contact us at 1-800-411-4023.//Don't edit below include('includes/footer.php'); ?>