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Blog Posts in July, 2013

What Will the Surviving Spouse Inherit in Florida?

The laws for distribution of assets after death through probate apply only to assets in the decedent's name alone. Property and accounts in the name of both husband and wife automatically remain ...
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Unexpected Questions of International Law Encountered in Probate of Florida Estates

When the deceased person and all heirs are United States citizens and residents, one does not anticipate any issue involving international law. Yet sometimes they are found. In one estate, the ...
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Issues in Probate

Where will your remains rest? Some of the usual conflicts that arise during probate of an estate involve: Who will be the personal representative, Management of the estate assets, Assets included in ...
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a personal representative, and what are they responsible for? A personal representative is a person you choose and declare in your will to administer your estate. They are responsible for the entire estate administration process, which includes filing tax returns, paying off debts, and distributing your property according to your will. It is a huge responsibility, and the person you choose as an executor must understand what is involved in the estate administration process.
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