A personal representative is an individual who’s in charge of settling someone’s estate after they pass away. In other words, they’re appointed to oversee the distribution of assets and inheritance in probate court. Personal representatives are sometimes referred to as executors/executrixes. They may also be referred to as administrators in cases where someone passes away…

Orange County Probate Court The Orange County Probate Court in Florida handles the settlement of estates for deceased individuals residing within this county. The court also handles incompetence hearings, involuntary hospitalization, and other matters involving probate litigation. Most of these matters are overseen through The Probate Division of the Ninth Judicial Circuit Court of Florida…

Probate involves the identification and distribution of someone’s assets after they pass away. This process is overseen in court to ensure assets are distributed to the correct beneficiaries in accordance with the decedent’s will. In cases where someone passes away without a valid will, the court will follow a specific process to determine who will…

Florida estate tax, also commonly referred to as “death tax,” is an interesting subject. It’s interesting because the state government doesn’t actually impose any estate or inheritance taxes. With that said, there are certain estates that are still eligible, and certain federal taxation laws may still apply on assets of a deceased individual. The State…

Dying Without a Will in Florida 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…

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