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Probate or proof of a will is a procedure whereby the Florida Surrogate’s Court determines the validity of a writing as a person’s will. The court must be satisfied that the document offered for probate was properly executed according to Florida statutes and rules and reflects the decedent’s desires. The statutes that provide the basic rules regarding estates are contained in the Florida Estates, Powers and Trusts Law and the Surrogate’s Court Procedure Act. A Florida wills and probate lawyer from The 813 Injury Law Team can help explain these rules to you. Typically, the probate process requires the filing of a petition with the court and notice to appropriate members of the decedent’s family and also to those named in the will. The members of the family required to receive notice are those who are the decedent’s next of kin. While most decedent’s are survived by close family members such as a spouse, children or brothers and sisters, sometimes the closest relative is much more distant such as first or second cousins. In these cousin cases it may be difficult to trace back a family tree and the court may require kinship proof to determine the identity of these persons. Wills and probate law can be complex. Please call us today for a free consultation. Phone: 877-813-(4878).
- Surrogates Court
- Probate Petitions
- Inheritance Planning
Choosing the Right Attorney for Your Case
At one point or another, many people find themselves in a situation where they’re in need of the services of a good personal injury lawyer. Whether it’s handling a car accident, motorcycle accident, or wrongful death case, there are a vast number of situations where the experience and expertise of a good personal injury lawyer will be necessary to protect your rights and get you the best settlement possible. At The 813 Injury Law Team we are committed to the aggressive representation of our clients rights even if that means taking a case to trial.