How to Handle Unusual Estate Assets

Whether a deceased person leaves a valid Florida Will or not, their possessions must go somewhere, usually through probate. During a probate proceeding, a personal representative will be appointed to settle the decedent’s affairs and dispose of their estate assets. That sounds simple on paper, but the personal representative often has a huge job ahead of them. This is especially true when the estate includes unusual Read More

Florida Probate with an Out-of-State Executor

Probate technically means the proving of a deceased person’s Will. It also means the time during which the executor or personal representative settles the deceased person’s estate. The whole probate process can be time consuming, and it’s even worse when the executor doesn’t live nearby. Proceedings in a Florida court with an out-of-state executor require a little extra attention. Probate Proceedings in Read More