2014 Year End Estate Planning

| December 9, 2014

In a matter of days, we’ll be entering a new year and 2014 will be a part of history. However, it’s still early enough in December for you to consider or update your Florida estate planning before the new year. There are reasons why you should, legally. For instance, some laws change on January 1, […]

What is a Florida Ancillary Probate?

| October 21, 2010

There are basically three types of probate administration under Florida law – formal, summary and an ancillary administration. Ancillary probate typically becomes necessary when the deceased person owned real estate in Florida but was domiciled (i.e. maintained his primary residence) elsewhere. Formal and summary administrations are generally independent processes, however, ancillary administration is often needed […]