Uncontested Florida Probate – Your best bet!

In Florida Probate Process by Long

The majority of the probates we handle are uncontested. I, personally spend an inordinate amount of time explaining to my clients that the more they fight over an estate, the more I make or the more some other attorney makes. Interestingly enough, I’m not interested in taking on more work than I need to, just so that my client can …

Probate dealings make an inheritance go awry

In Cautionary Tales by Long

When David and Katie Swanson saw a “For Sale” sign outside the Fort Worth duplex they expected to inherit, they knew they had a problem. They called the phone number on the sign and talked to a man who said he was the new owner.How could that be? The Galvez Avenue property was part of the estate of the late …

PRESS RELEASE: “Quick” Q&A Feature added to Florida Probate Blog, WeProbateFlorida.com/blog

In Common Florida Probate Questions by Long

PRESS RELEASE: Attorney Long H. Duong, principal contributor to the WeProbateFlorida.com blog – a blog about Florida probate and estate administration, will begin a new feature addressing a series of classic questions he fields about probate in Florida. The category title “Quick” Q&A is a bit of a mock on the common client or prospective client question: “Can I ask …

Florida Probate Guide/Handbook for Florida Personal Representatives – Coming Soon!

In by Long

Confused about Florida Probate? We are working on a simple and concise probate handbook for personal representatives of Florida probate estates. Additionally, we’ll add posts here from time to time dealing with  common  probate procedures.  The handbook  itself will be found here:  Florida Probate Handbook