Estate and Trust Administration
Some decisions, with substantial financial implications regarding estate administration, must be made during a period of mourning when a person dies in the absence of a proper estate plan or will. Losing a loved one is already an emotional challenge in itself without the added burden of dealing with the decedent’s estate. Unfortunately, many individuals do not make the provisions, while alive, to ensure that their children or spouse will inherit their estate, or that their dependents will be cared for in the event of an unexpected tragedy.
Turn to our attorneys in Elder Law at The Miller Elder Law Firm to manage your loved one’s estate. Our Elder Law attorneys believe in providing personal service to our clients to make sure the value of their property is maximized and the beneficiaries protected. Contact our caring and knowledgeable Elder Law attorneys by calling the Miller Elder Law Firm’s office at (352) 379-1900 or contact us online (millerelderlawfirm.com).
If you have lost a loved one and are facing the possibility of dealing with his or her estate, contacting experienced and compassionate legal counsel will give you the opportunity to manage your loved one’s estate administration, and allow you the time to turn to your family during this difficult time. Depending on the decedent’s assets, among other factors, there are three types of probate and estate administration in Florida:
● Formal Administration
● Summary Administration
● Ancillary Administration