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What happens when someone dies without a will? In Florida, probate laws require that estates go through probate court in almost every case. During these cases, the court will then determine how the state will be divided among family members and loved ones. Additionally, a probate attorney is required to represent you in probate court in almost every instance.
If this is a situation you have found yourself in, trust the probate lawyers in Port Saint Lucie at Garcia Law, PL, to represent you and advocate for your best interests in the process.
Probate attorneys represent individuals, heirs, beneficiaries, executors, and trustees during the probate litigation process. In addition to representing you in probate court, a probate lawyer can serve a number of purposes for the clients they represent.
Probate litigation attorneys will advocate on your behalf while also ensuring you adhere to the strict rules and deadlines associated with the probate process.
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What Happens if Someone Dies Without a Will in Florida?
Each state has different laws regarding how estates are handled when someone dies without a will. In Florida, the property will need to be probated during a legal process supervised by the court if the deceased person has assets in their name. However, it isn’t only when someone dies without a will that a probate may be necessary. There are also instances when wills are incomplete, if beneficiaries contest wills if there is property unaccounted for in estate planning and more.
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We understand that not only is probate law a complicated topic in Florida, but it is also one that comes with a lot of emotion, particularly when assets are being fought over and families become divided. When you work with the probate lawyers at Garcia Law, PLLC, we can take care of the legal aspects of this process so you can focus on your own well-being during one of the most difficult times in your life.