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As a resident of Florida or someone with property in the state, you must understand what happens to the assets of the person that has recently passed. The idea here is to identify the appropriate beneficiaries among whom the assets will be distributed. The entire process of property and assets distribution is conducted legally under probate and the directions of the Florida State Court.
The cases involving probate administration can be processed through formal and summary administration, which is why you need a Miami probate attorney. Cases involving the latter go through a more streamlined process as the deceased person has relatively few assets to distribute. Then certain assets wouldn’t require probate administration. Such assets are generally contained in a trust or have designated or defined beneficiaries.
Regardless, all the assets mentioned or contained in a will must undergo probate administration so that the court can ensure the designated beneficiaries or heirs receive them. What if there are no designated beneficiaries to the assets? What if there is no will in the first place? In this case, the court will involve the rule of intestate succession.
The rules and legislation related to probate administration can be quite confusing and complicated. However, with our expertise and law knowledge, you will always find yourself making the right moves and smoothly guiding through the probate process. Feel free to contact us and book an appointment with a Miami probate attorney you can count on.