Florida Probate Administration
In Florida, every personal representative, unless the personal representative remains the sole interested person or is a licensed Florida attorney, shall be represented by an attorney admitted to practice in Florida. There are numerous complex matters that can arise during the administration of an estate. There are court-mandated and statutory deadlines, statutory duties and other legal responsibilities that a personal representative must comply with or face potential liability from the heirs, beneficiaries or creditors.
An experienced Florida probate attorney can guide a personal representative through the process of administering the estate and provide peace of mind to a fiduciary trying to weave his or her way through the complexities of a formal estate administration.
If you have been named in a Will as a personal representative or executor, or are seeking appointment as a personal representative in estates without a Will, contact an experienced Florida Probate administration attorney right away to assist your appointment and reducing your potential exposure to liability from the heirs and beneficiaries for failing to comply with your statutory duties and to take the necessary steps to begin the administration process within the statutory deadlines required in all Florida Probate cases.
The Law Offices of Christopher P. Taylor, PA represents executors, beneficiaries and heirs in the administration of Florida Probate estates. To speak with an experienced Florida Probate Attorney please contact the Law Offices of Christopher P. Taylor, P.A. today.