Florida Probate Administration
Our Florida probate attorneys at the Law Offices of Jasoon Turchin can help with administering an estate in Florida, including opening probate in Miami, Broward, Palm Beach, and Monroe counties. Call a FL probate lawyer in our office today for a free consultation at 800-337-7755.
Navigating probate laws in Florida can become overwhelming and stressful, especially if you live out of state. After the passing of a loved one, the last thing you want to deal with are complicated probate laws in another state to settle their holdings. Or, if you’re participating in end of life planning for yourself, a spouse, or a relative, you may need assistance arranging everything properly to ensure a smooth transition of assets after your passing. Fortunately, the experienced South Florida probate administration attorneys in our office are ready to help you through the process. Here at the Law Offices of Jason Turchin, we want to help make probate administration as easy as possible for you. Whether you need to probate a property in Florida, open an ancillary estate in Florida, probate an estate where the person had a will, or need to probate a will in Florida where the person had no will, our Florida probate attorneys are happy to answer your questions to see how we can help!
What is Florida probate?
Probate is the legal process of distributing a deceased individual’s assets to pay probate costs, outstanding debts, and the remainder to the decedent’s heirs. In Florida, the probate process can prove difficult for anyone not practiced in steering through its murky waters, so we recommend any personal representative in probate matters retain the services of an experienced Florida probate lawyer. For example, instead of using terms like executor that are common in most other states, Florida calls the executor/administrator of an estate the “personal representative”, in addition to many other subtleties only a practiced Florida probate lawyer would know. There are also many deadlines which need to be complied with.
Why is probate required?
The probate process wraps up a decedent’s financial matters and administrates his or her will properly. In the instance that there is no will, probate determines the payment of creditors and the passing of ownership of property to any existing legal beneficiaries.
Types of probate in South Florida
There are generally three different probate processes in Florida. Formal Administration, for large or complicated estates, Summary Administration, for estates under a certain amount, and Disposition Without Administration, used for estates containing property generally exempt from probate administration. Whatever type of probate estate you need to open in South Florida, you should have the guidance of experienced Broward probate administration lawyer or Florida probate attorney to aid you through this process.
In some instances where a relative had no will, had a will, or where a will is deemed invalid, someone may suddenly find out that they have been named the personal representative in someone's will or by operation of Florida probate law. They could be responsible for opening a probate estate in the eyes of the court. If a loved one died and had any property or assets, you should contact a Florida probate lawyer at the Law Offices of Jason Turchin today for a free consultation at 800-337-7755.
Finding the best Florida probate attorney for your particular case in Dade, Broward and Palm Beach
Finding the best Miami probate administration lawyers for your circumstances could be a daunting task. As the Law Offices of Jason Turchin, we strive to make Florida probate administration as easy for you as possible and can help walk you through the entire process, from initial filing through closing the probate estate.
We are more than just a Miami probate administration law firm. We have experience in estate planning, will drafting, life insurance claims, and probate litigation service in Broward, Fort Lauderdale, Weston, Sunrise, Coral Springs, Miami, Tamarac, Florida and Parkland, but we also offer something more. We have the experience you need for your estate planning and probate administration needs in Florida.
Probate administration services in Florida
Our Florida probate attorneys can help with a variety of probate needs, including:
Administering an estate in Florida
Opening an ancillary estate in Florida to distribute Florida property and assets
Opening an estate so you can pursue a Florida wrongful death claim
Opening an estate to distribute assets from a Florida personal injury or wrongful death claim
Opening an estate so you can continue pursuing a personal injury claim which was pending while the injured person was alive
Opening an estate to litigate or distribute life insurance benefits
We often work with attorneys in other states who refer Florida estates to our office, or who want to co-counsel on a Florida probate estate, as well as with many personal injury and wrongful death attorneys in Florida and out of state who need help with probate matters.
Contact Us Today For A Free Consultation!
Feel free to call us for a free consultation and quote to see how we can help with your probate administration in Florida. You can reach us at 800-337-7755 or locally at 954-515-5000. We are also open late and on weekends for consultations!