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What Is “Disposition Without Administration” In Florida?

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Probate is the formal legal process for administering the assets of a deceased individual. In Florida, there are several different methods for accomplishing probate. The first is formal administration, which is where the court appoints a personal representative to open an estate. The formal administration process typically lasts several months and is what most… Read More »

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4 Steps To Take When Administering The Probate Estate In Florida

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Probate estate administration is the process of distributing a decedent’s estate after their death. Administration of the probate estate is a complicated process, which is why Florida law usually requires the personal representative to hire a lawyer to help them follow all the rules and procedural requirements. There are a number of steps to… Read More »

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Should You Sign A Waiver Of Accounting In A Florida Probate?

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After the personal representative of an estate has fully administered the estate, they will file a petition for discharge, which ends the probate administration process. However, prior to the end of the administration process, the beneficiaries of the estate may be asked to sign a Waiver of Accounting. If you have been asked to… Read More »

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What Is The Difference Between Ancillary And Domiciliary Probate In Florida?

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Ancillary probate is required when a decedent had real estate, including a house, in a state outside of Florida. Ancillary probate is also necessary when the decedent lived and died in another state but owned real property in the State of Florida. The biggest difference between ancillary and domiciliary probate is that the latter… Read More »

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