The attorneys at Statewide Probate®, a division of McDonald Fleming Moorhead in Pensacola, have extensive knowledge in the laws regarding Florida probate. Our estate lawyers can help you with your probate administration wherever it is filed in Florida.
Clients throughout Florida wonder if they need a probate lawyer to handle their estates. Some questions involve determining the best way to file probate, timelines and estate taxes. Get answers to some common Florida probate estate administration questions.
Many families have joint accounts and real estate holdings, but are unsure what needs to happen if one owner dies. Learn more about joint accounts and Florida probate administration.
Except in rare occasions, executors or personal representatives of an estate need an attorney to open probate in Florida, but some are unsure if they need to use the same law firm that drew up the will or a local attorney. They are also unsure of the costs involved in hiring a probate lawyer in the state. Find out what you need to know about hiring a Florida probate attorney.
Not everyone who dies has a will and in some cases family members question the contents of a will. See answers to some frequently asked questions about wills and probate in Florida.
The process for probate administration in Florida can take both time and money. Get more information on filing deadlines, costs, and length of the probate process in the state.
Once you have reviewed the answers to these frequently asked questions, you may discover that you need a Florida attorney with experience with probate and estates. Please schedule a free consultation with a Florida probate lawyer to determine the best method for handling your estate administration.