The probate process is sometimes unavoidable. For the loved ones of the decedent (the person who passes away), the existence of probate assets creates a probate estate, and the necessity for a probate process. Probate is a court-supervised process designed for:
Probate assets are those assets which the decedent owned in their name, or were co-owned and/or lacked a provision for automatic succession of ownership at death. Due to the court’s involvement in probate proceedings, and the nuanced laws regarding probate, it is advisable to have a caring, knowledgeable probate attorney represent your best interests. The Palm Beach probate attorneys at Kitroser & Associates offer the staunch, insightful counsel you need to navigate the complex probate process.
Not all probate estates are the same. Sometimes, and perhaps surprisingly, individuals with significant assets pass away without a sufficient estate plan. Estate planning is designed to minimize or eliminate probate assets. In other cases, a decedent passes with few probate assets, or very few assets at all. Also, the amount of debt a decedent held at the time of their death can complicate factors. There are three different types of probate in Florida:
Our goal is to simplify probate by handling all the details. Our probate attorneys have nearly 100 years of experience effectively handling probate matters. Our reputation for excellence throughout South Florida speaks for itself.
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Don’t go through the complex and stressful probate process alone, take advantage of our years of experience and personalized service. Contact Kitroser & Associates today to schedule a free consultation at 561-721-0600 or contact us online.
The North Palm Beach Estate Planning Lawyers of Kitroser & Associates, welcome clients from the cities of West Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Palm Beach, Jupiter, Tequesta, Juno Beach, Singer Island, Lake Park, Hobe Sound, Royal Palm Beach, Wellington, Lake Worth, as well as all of Palm Beach County, Martin County and South Florida.