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What is Probate?

Probate is the legal process of identifying the assets of the deceased person (aka “the decedent”). It often involves handling the decedent’s debts, including potential tax issues, and distributing the probate assets to the heirs. In Florida, probate administration is a court supervised process requiring an attorney in most cases. Whether the decedent has a Will can greatly impact how the probate process is administered. Determining whether the decedent had a valid Will may be also be a part of the probate process.

We are here to help

Leggett Law Offices can help guide the client through the probate process whether as a beneficiary or as the Personal Representative/Executor. Every guardian and every personal representative, unless the personal representative remains the sole interested person, shall be represented by an attorney admitted to practice in Florida. A guardian or personal representative who is an attorney admitted to practice in Florida may represent himself or herself as guardian or personal representative. Contact Leggett Law Offices today to see how we can help.

Why You Should I Hire a Probate Lawyer?

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It's Required in Most Cases

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Transparent Distribution of assets

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Understanding of the Probate Process and How to Protect certain exempt property from creditors

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determination of how to properly handle the decedents last will and testament, if any, and how to proceed when there's no will

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Understanding of how to handle creditors of the estate

Frequently Asked Questions

Have any questions? We have answers. Check out our FAQs below:

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Our Process

Our step-by-step process gives you a transparent and guide so you may know what we are doing at all times.

1. Free Initial Consultation

During your free initial consultation, The attorney will discuss your specific matter and determine how best to proceed. Fees and costs to handle the case will also be discussed. An estimated timeline of how long the case may take and potential issues that may arise will be discussed as well.

2. Collect Documentation

Once you are retained as a client, you may simply scan and email related and requested information to our secure online mailbox or fax. From that information, we will prepare your probate petition for your review and signatures and upon receipt of the signed petition, the attorney will file it in the appropriate Florida court for you.

3. Open Case & Start Probate Administration

Upon filing the probate petition for administration, the clerk will assign a case number. Once a case number has been assigned, the attorney can begin the administration process.

Testimonials

Let our clients speak for themselves. We strive to provide an excellent and transparent service. Take a look for what others have said about us.

Grant and his team did a great job. They quoted a fair price and finished the work in a very timely manner. They listened to our concerns and we were very happy to have them working with us!

- Joan
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Grant Leggett was fantastic. Quick to respond to my million questions. He guided us through the whole process painlessly and professionally. I would highly recommend him to anyone.

- Christy
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Grant is an amazing attorney. Extremely professional and very responsive. He guided me through my mothers probate case with laser precision. Very highly recommended!

- Eric
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Schedule a Free Initial Consultation Today!

Call Leggett Law Offices today to schedule a free Probate phone consultation.

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