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Florida Probate Administration Frequently Asked Questions

Florida Probate Administration Frequently Asked Questions | Lindsay Allen Law - Naples Attorneys at Law

Our firm routinely (daily!) handles questions related to Florida probate administration, such as the following: What Is Florida Probate Administration? Probate Administration is the Court-supervised process of resolving a decedent’s financial affairs. Is Florida Probate Administration Always Required? Not always. For many decedents, there is no requirement to open a probate estate. A common reason […]

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What is Domicile and How is it Determined? A 16 Point Checklist.

What is Domicile and How is it Determined?

‘Domicile’ generally refers to where you live – your residence that you intend to keep for the foreseeable future.  Your domicile has legal consequences for tax, probate, asset protection, and numerous other purposes. Domicile issues frequently arise with clients who split their time between Florida and another state.  They are also regular issues when clients […]

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What Happens If I Don’t Have an Estate Plan?

Clients often ask what will happen if they don’t have a Will and other estate planning documents. Creating estate planning documents allows you to make sure things work out the way you want. Of course, many people never make a Will or other estate planning documents. If you don’t create your own documents, Florida law […]

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What Is Probate Administration?

Probate administration is the court-supervised process of identifying, managing, and ultimately distributing your probate assets following your death. This article highlights some of the issues addressed in probate. First, probate administration is generally required only if a decedent left assets subject to probate. Probate assets include real property and personal property owned by a decedent […]

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