Category: Probate Law

What Are The Four Simple Steps To Probate A Will?
The probate process can be complicated, so we're going to try to make it as easy as possible. When you approach probate using four simple steps, it can be completed [...]
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The Difference Between Probate and Trust Administration
When someone dies, it can leave their family members with a lot of unanswered questions. In most cases, the person’s will is the first place to look for information about [...]
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What is Probate in Florida?
Florida probate laws are premised on the idea that a person’s assets should go to those who have an interest in them. The probate process helps to ensure this goal. [...]
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What is an Affidavit of Heirs in Florida Probate?
When a person dies without a valid will, the probate court is responsible for distributing the deceased’s property to his or her heirs. The probate process can be confusing for [...]
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How Much Does Florida Probate Cost?
Probate is the legal process of administering someone’s estate. The person responsible for probating an estate is called a personal representative. When someone dies, their assets are distributed according to [...]
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Do I Need A Florida Probate Attorney?
A probate attorney is an attorney who specializes in the legal process of probate. This can be either because someone has died and their estate needs to be dealt with [...]
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Do You Need a Lawyer to Help You Resolve These Common Probate Disputes?
If you’re reading this article, you may be facing a probate dispute. It can be frustrating to find yourself in the middle of these types of legal battles. However, with [...]
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Florida Irrevocable Trust Law – Know Your Legal Rights
Florida’s irrevocable trust often proves to be an invaluable tool in estate planning. In fact, it is used by many of the state’s best asset protection attorneys. Irrevocable trusts allow [...]
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What Has to Go Through Probate – Your Guide to the Process?
Probate is the required legal process supervised by the court to verify and manage personal assets following one’s death. The probate process differs in each state and is needed to [...]
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The Difference Between a Revocable and Irrevocable Trust
On the topic of estate planning, a lot of people are familiar with the term "trust". You may have even heard mention of terms like “revocable trusts” and “irrevocable trusts.” [...]
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