You’ve got the original Last Will and Testament and it declares you as the Personal Representative (or Executor, Administrator). You were the “chosen one”, right? It says that so it must be so! Right? Wrong. When a person drafts a Will, they are nominating someone to act as Personal Representative (PR), Executor or Administrator of the estate. Until a probate … Read More
Florida Probate Question of the Day: My mom, thankfully still alive at age 85, has informed my sister and I that under the terms of her will, we split everything 50-50. There are no other heirs. Mom’s greatest asset is her house, which she owns free and clear (no mortgage). If my sister and I won’t consent to sell it, … Read More
This coming October will mark the 5th year that we have been intensely focused on Florida Probate Law. In these past five years, I have personally handled several hundred (maybe north of 1000) free consultations to people faced with the possibility of probate. Not everyone hires my firm, but many of them have still seriously been rewarded by talking to … Read More
Just a few quotes reflecting on this special day: “I want my children to have all the things I couldn’t afford. Then I want to move in with them.” – Phyllis Diller “A mother’s love is patient and forgiving when all others are forsaking, it never fails or falters, even though the heart is breaking” – Helen Rice “When you … Read More
Enjoy and please rate the video here when finished: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9baqNyxeA2M Inspired by Google’s Superbowl Commercial, I had this video put together. It originally included many more search queries but had to be heavily edited for effect. The idea of course is to illustrate some of the searches people do before realizing they need a Florida Probate attorney.