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Waiver of Notice in Florida Probate Cases

If you are an interested person in a Florida probate case, you are likely entitled to receive notice of the documents and actions taking place in the probate case. If you do not want to receive notice or otherwise think that you do not need to receive notice, you may...

Formal Notice in Florida Probate Cases

During a formal administration of a Florida probate case, there is often a need to provide formal notice to certain interested persons in the probate. Formal notice is used to acquire jurisdiction over that person or entity for the purposes of the Florida probate...

Is Something Missing?

There are a lot of options when creating a Florida estate plan or taking care of a loved one’s estate other than hiring a lawyer. There are forms at office supply stores, online forms, document preparation companies. I didn’t mention trying to create your own drafts....

Privacy and Probate

A common question we get is “The property was taken care of in a will, do we need to do probate?” This is one of the questions when I can confidently say “Yes, you’ll probably need probate.” This is true in every case where there’s a third party who keeps track of who...