How Long Will Probate Take?

How Long Will Probate Take?

The normal typical formal administration probate, the type that most people go through here in the state of Florida typically takes 11 to 14 months from the time you open the probate until the time the assets are distributed to the beneficiaries and you’re ready...
Who May Initiate Probate?

Who May Initiate Probate?

Here in the state of Florida, any interested person can open a probate administration. It could be the person who’s appointed as the personal representative in the will, it could be a beneficiary. Learn more on our YouTube Channel and contact our office with any...

Provisions Relating To Disposition Of The Body

Before issuance of Letters of Administration, any person may carry out written instructions of the decedent relating to the decedent’s body and funeral and burial arrangements. The fact that cremation occurred pursuant to a written direction signed by the decedent...

Escheat Part 12 of 12

Funds in Possession of Federal Agencies Part 5 of 5 All of the property in this provision is declared to have escheated, or to escheat, including all principal and interest accruing thereon, and to have become property of the State of Florida. It is the purpose of...

Escheat Part 11 of 12

Funds in Possession of Federal Agencies Part 4 of 5 All of the property in this provision is declared to have escheated, or to escheat, including all principal and interest accruing thereon, and to have become property of the State of Florida. In the event any money...

Escheat Part 10 of 12

Funds in Possession of Federal Agencies Part 3 of 5 All of the property in this provision is declared to have escheated, or to escheat, including all principal and interest accruing thereon, and to have become property of the State of Florida. All money or other...