Trustworthy Guidance for Probate of an Estate
When a loved one dies, sometimes the complicated procedures and practical challenges of the probate process can be overwhelming. If you are a personal representative or a close family member with significant interests in the estate, it is important to retain an experienced Florida probate attorney to guide you through the process.
Early consultation with a lawyer will get you off on the right foot. No matter the size or intricacy of the estate, GC Law is here for you. We serve clients in Fort Pierce, Port St. Lucie, and throughout the Treasure Coast. Attorney Glenn Crickenberger will assist you through the challenges of Florida probate with personal attention, experience and practical advice.
Understanding The Disposition of Assets After A Death
Probate assets that were owned or co-owned by the deceased person may include the following:
- Bank or investment accounts in the sole name of a decedent.
- Life insurance policies, annuities, or individual retirement accounts payable to the decedent’s estate.
- Real estate titled in the sole name of the decedent, or in the name of the decedent and another person as tenants in common.
If the decedent did not have a will, intestate probate may be necessary to determine entitlement to the decedent’s assets and pass them on to the correct heirs. Probate may also be necessary to complete the financial affairs of a decedent. Administration of the decedent’s estate may include dealings with the decedent’s creditors as well as the filing of a final tax return. To prevent trouble, work closely with an experienced probate lawyer.
For Guidance in Estate Administration, Work with A Trustworthy Probate Lawyer
No matter the scope or difficulty of a probate estate, GC Law can be a valuable resource for you. Attorney Glenn Crickenberger is a well-regarded local attorney for clients in the Treasure Coast area. He is available to assist you through the challenges of Florida probate with personal attention and practical advice.
For answers to your questions about probate and assistance fulfilling your role as an executor, if applicable, contact GC Law. We are also available to pursue wrongful death claims after fatalities in traffic or elsewhere. Call 772-710-4243 or send an email inquiry to get started.
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