The State of Florida remains one of the most tax-friendly states within the United States. In fact, Florida is one of seven states with no state income tax. Property taxes in Florida correspond to taxes throughout the nation and the state sales tax is set at 6% (as of 2019). These tax friendly laws within…

Intestate succession refers to the State process of distributing a person’s assets when they die without a will, or trust. When a person passes away without a written document detailing how to distribute their estate, the matter goes to Probate Court. This lengthy process costs money and takes control of the deceased person’s assets. Basically,…

The Palm Beach County Probate Court oversees all matters related to the validity and execution of wills, trusts, guardianship, and more. When someone passes away in Florida, probate is required in order to ensure proper distribution of assets in accordance with the final wishes of the deceased. This process is required regardless of whether or…

When someone passes away in Florida, the deceased individual’s property is legally required to go through probate court. This ensures assets are correctly distributed to the rightful beneficiaries in accordance with the wishes of the deceased. If the individual resided in Miami-Dade County at the time of their death, this process is handled through the…

Broward County Probate Court The Broward County Probate Court deals with the administration of assets and trusts after an individual passes away. This administration is required by Florida law and can be processed whether or not the deceased individual had a will. It’s important to note that most probate cases in Broward County are handled…

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