21Jan, 2020

What Should You Do If You Run into Issues during Probate in Florida?

January 21st, 2020|Probate, Probate Proceedings|

In an ideal scenario, the process of probating a loved one’s estate will go smoothly, and everyone involved in the process will be on the same page regarding how to wind up your loved one’s final affairs. Your loved one’s estate plan will provide clear guidance, and there will be no questions regarding its legal enforceability.

But, things do not always go according to plan. Ambiguities can […]

21Nov, 2019

Probate Administration vs. Trust Administration: What’s the Difference?

November 21st, 2019|Probate, Probate Proceedings|

Probate administration and trust administration are two very different procedures for administering a decedent’s estate. Among other differences, while probate administration involves dealing with the Florida courts, a trustee can administer a decedent’s trust without court involvement. 

When coping with the loss of a loved one, administering his or her final affairs is a difficult – but necessary – part of the process. In order […]

8Oct, 2019

Florida Probate: Don’t Overlook These Important Issues during the Process

October 8th, 2019|Probate|

Administering a family member’s estate through the probate process in Florida involves a number of important steps. While many of these steps (such as providing notice to creditors and distributing assets to your loved one’s heirs and beneficiaries) are dictated by the probate process itself, there are issues outside of probate that need to be addressed as well. As a personal representative, heir, or beneficiary, […]