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Probate Administration Lawyers and Attorneys in Florida

Probate is a court process which involves collecting a decedent’s assets, notifying creditors, paying creditors, and distributing the remaining assets to the appropriate beneficiaries or heirs. We provide guidance to executors, personal representatives, and estate administrators through the probate process and the administration of a decedent’s estate.

Probate and Trust administration does not need to be a burden – our probate lawyers and attorneys in Florida are highly skilled in all areas of probate administration, trust administration and litigation. With our 30+ years of experience and AV Rating from Martindale-Hubbell for 30 consecutive years, we can help you avoid unnecessary delays, costs, and help you resolve your probate needs quickly and efficiently. If you need a probate attorney in Florida, please contact us to help you. Our probate administration lawyers and attorneys have offices in Jacksonville (Duval County), Ponte Vedra Beach (St. Johns County), and Palm Coast (Flagler County), Florida.

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Probate Administration and Estate Settlement Lawyers in Florida

Probate administration, or estate settlement, in Florida, is fraught with complexity. Compliance with with the Florida probate laws, rules and procedures is required.  Choosing the right Florida probate lawyer can make all the difference.  We have more than 30 years of experience in the Florida probate courts dealing with summary probate administration, formal administration, probate litigation, will contests, and just about every other facet of administering a probate estate in Florida.

Whether your need for a probate attorney is for a summary administration that can be resolved in a few weeks, a formal administration for a taxable estate that might take months, a claim by a creditor against an estate, the filing of a will contest, or the removal of an executor or personal representative, our 30+ years of experience as Florida probate lawyers and attorneys can help you avoid unnecessary delays or costs, and help you resolve your probate matter with efficiency of both time and expense.

We also assist you if you are a beneficiary of a Will or Trust and want to be sure the executor, personal representative or trustee is fulfilling their fiduciary obligations. We assist those who need a probate lawyer in Florida through our offices in Jacksonville, Ponte Vedra Beach, Palm Coast, and throughout the State of Florida. We handle probate administration matters in Orange Park, St. Augustine, Fernandina Beach, Palatka, Flagler Beach, Daytona Beach, Ormond Beach, Lake City, and all other areas of Florida.

Learn more from our sections entitled Probate Law in Florida, All About Probate, Probate Litigation and Probate Law FAQs about how to deal with probate in Florida. If you need probate lawyers and attorneys at any location in Florida, please call us toll free at 866-510-9099 or locally at 904-448-1969 in Jacksonville, and 386-585-7004 in Palm Coast. We handle probate matters in all 67 counties in Florida, including Duval, St. Johns, Nassau, Baker, Clay, Flagler, Putnam, Columbia, Alachua and Volusia.

If you need a probate administration lawyer or attorney in Florida, you can call us toll free at 1-866-510-9099, or email us at Info@TheColemanLawFirm.com.

 

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