Tag Archives: Florida Probate Process

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Protecting Your Assets From Probate

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Probate is the process the court uses after an individual dies to distribute his or her assets to his or her loved ones. Probate is a necessary process for any estate, though how much is involved in the process depends on the contents of the individual’s estate and amount and type of estate planning… Read More »

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Understanding the Probate Process

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The death of a loved one is always devastating, and requires a considerable amount of time to process, as well as to grieve. In the midst of planning funeral arrangements, it is often necessary to negotiate the complicated process of gathering the required documents to, for example, access bank accounts and receive any life… Read More »

Revocable Trusts: What Are They and How to Change Them

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Developing and executing sound plan to manage one’s assets during his/her lifetime and after death is an important piece of a person’s financial stability. While there are many options for managing finances during one’s life, few permit much flexibility as to what to happens to these assets after death. One exception to this rule… Read More »

When and How to Remove a Personal Representative in Probate Proceedings

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Once a person dies, one of the most important players involved with the deceased’s estate is the personal representative. The personal representative is a person, bank, or trust company appointed by a court to serve as the administrator of the deceased’s estate in probate proceedings. A probate proceeding is a court-supervised process that identifies… Read More »

Duties of a Personal Representative in Probate Proceedings

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When a person dies it is not uncommon for loved ones to have questions about how to handle and distribute the deceased’s property according to the terms of a will or trust, or under Florida law for those dying without wills, or intestate. Most estates must enter a process called probate in order to… Read More »

Types of Estate Administrations in Probate Proceedings

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When a family or close friend dies, it is normal to ask what happens to the financial and personal effects of the deceased, and how one initiates the correct process for settling the deceased’s estate. The probate process is the method most people associate with distributing the assets of an estate, but it is… Read More »

The Basics of Florida Probate

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Quite a few famous people, such as Jimi Hendrix and Bob Marley, have died without wills. In fact, a dispute over Jimi Hendrix’s estate was resolved only last month. When a person dies without a will, the person dies “intestate.” “Intestate” is the legal term for lack of a will. Chapter 732, Part I… Read More »

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