Probate Video FAQ

Probate Video FAQ

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A probate over an individual who has passed away who either lived in Florida, or who owned property in Florida, will almost certainly have to involve a Florida probate court. Florida probate is the legal process where a representative is appointed to take care of a decedent's final affairs to assure that the individual's bills are all paid if required to be paid under law and the remainder of their assets are distributed out to their beneficiaries. Probate is a complicated process and it does require that you consult with an attorney before you start the proceeding.

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What is probate?

Why should I have a will?

Can a will be challenged if it was not signed properly?

What is a will contest?

Is it expensive to create a revocable living trust?

What does it mean to fund a trust?

Should I add my family members name on my assets and avoid a will?

Should beneficiaries also have lawyers?

What happens if you do not have a will or trust?

How much will it cost to challenge a will in Florida?

How does trust administration differ from probate?

Can a will be challenged if the maker was suffering from dementia or Alzheimers?

Can I challenge changes made to a will by handwritten notes on the original?

Do I Need to Come to Court in Florida for Probate?

Do I have to give anyone a copy of my will?

Can I lose my inheritance if I challenge a will?