Florida Probate Lawyer
In the state of Florida, probate is the court-supervised process of distributing the assets of a person who has passed away. It can be a lengthy and strenuous procedure, but with the help of a qualified probate attorney, you can move through the probate process confidently, thoroughly, and efficiently.
By working with a probate attorney, you can work to address the following issues:
- Probate Preparation. A probate attorney can help you determine whether your loved one left a valid will or estate document. You will also be able to better organize your loved one’s estate to streamline the probate process down the road.
- Debts and/or Creditors. If your loved one owed debts, you need to efficiently identify them and discern which debts your loved one’s estate is responsible to pay. A lawyer can help you through this process.
- Court Processes. Probate is like a puzzle, and a probate attorney can help you fit all the pieces together. By enlisting the help of a probate attorney who is familiar with the nuances of Florida probate law, you’ll be able to file the right documents at the right time and discover any other financial matters that may need attention.
The Law Office of Amy L. Phillips, PLLC has worked with clients facing probate in Florida for years. Our firm knows exactly what you need, when you need it, throughout the probate process. We’ll help ensure you meet all your deadlines, discover the necessary documents, and settle your loved one’s estate so you can look forward to the future.
Probate may be required to distribute the assets of a person who has passed away, and our attorneys can help you determine whether or not you need probate. To work with a qualified probate attorney in Florida today, simply contact our office by phone at 863-268-8292 or click [here] to set up your first fully confidential consultation.