Located in the Pinellas County Justice Center in Clearwater, the Pinellas County Probate Court primarily handles the administration of estates after an individual passes away. This is required by Florida law regardless of whether or not the decedent had a will. The majority of probate cases in Pinellas County are handled by the probate division…

The “Sunshine State” is one of the most ideal areas for people to retire and enjoy living the remainder of their lives. Apart from 365 days of warm weather and sunshine every year, Florida is one of the most tax friendly states in the U.S. The State of Florida has many legal tools available that…

The Hillsborough County Probate Court deals with matters of probate and the administration of estates. In essence, when someone dies in Hillsborough County, this court will be in charge of ensuring that their will is carried out and their estate is divided according to their wishes. If there was no will or there are questions…

Undue Influence Regarding Wills & Trusts The term undue influence refers to someone acting in a certain manner outside their own free will or without awareness to the potential consequences. From a legal standpoint, this influence involves someone using a position of power to manipulate another individual into taking a specific action for their own…

Probate is the court-supervised process used to determine who receives the assets and inheritance of an individual after they pass away. This process differs for each state. In Florida, probate is required for almost every estate. There are several important Florida probate forms used throughout this process. When someone passes away in Florida, probate is…

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