Learn More About Probate and Your Estate
Probate is one of the more confusing aspects of estate planning. Many families are unsure of how to plan for future probate, how to address probate issues when they occur, and where to turn for help. Here, the probate attorneys of DeLoach, Hofstra & Cavonis, P.A. share information on relevant, timely topics to give you a better understanding of how Florida probate can affect you and what legal options exist when it comes to avoiding or expediting the process.
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What Happens if I die Without a Will? What happens if you die without a last will and testament in Florida? Learn more about dying "intestate", which is our Florida trust and probate attorneys.
Why see an Attorney Upon Your Loved One's Death? How will you know when assets need to be probated in Florida? What assets are subject to probate? Find out about letters of administration from our probate attorneys.
Download Our Free Book on Navigating Probate in Florida What is probate in Florida and how does it work? Get your free guide to our probate process, drafted by our Pinellas County, Seminole probate attorneys.
Depositing the Last Will and Testament upon Death Estate planning attorney D. Rep DeLoach III shares about depositing Florida last will and testament within 10 days of death and the probate court statutes.