What do you Have to Tell Other People About Your Probate
What information do you need to provide in the “Notice of Administration”.
Florida estate litigation, what do you have to tell other people about your probate.
Hello, my name is John Pankauski, I’m an estate litigation attorney with the law firm of Pankauski Hauser in West Palm Beach.
We handle trials disputes and appeals throughout Florida involving probate, estates, trusts and guardianship’s. Lets say you are opening up an estate and you have to give notice to people. you have to give notice to interested persons, what do you have to tell them. What are you required to tell them if you are the personal representative or the executor of the estate. If you are the beneficiary, what are you entitled to know. That probably starts and begins with the notice of administration. The notice of administration is the legal form that Florida Probate Lawyers send out to interested persons in the estates of Florida people when they pass away and when the probate is opened up. There is a very specific rule in the Florida probate rules that deals with the notice of administration and you can read this free online. It’s rule 5.240 or ask your Florida litigation attorney for information about the notice of administration and the information you are supposed to tell or disclose to somebody with that notice.
My name is John Pankauski and this concludes my remarks about this Florida Probate Litigation topic.