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Simplified probate, is that a real thing?

One of your loved ones passed away, and you are trying to figure out what you need to do to close out his or her estate. In the state of Florida, probate is often a requirement to do just that. There are different types of probate offered, though, and you are not sure which applies to your case or how long it will take.

Do potential estate administration mistakes have you concerned?

After the recent death of a loved one, you may now have found yourself in the position of executor to the estate. Your family member may have discussed this appointment with you before his or her death, or you could have ended up unexpectedly in charge. Though you certainly had the option of declining the role, you may have felt that it would seem disrespectful in some way to refuse.

Star Trek actress embroiled in guardianship dispute

There may be few things more devastating than watching a loved one begin to decline into physical and mental illness late in life. In some cases, the loved one may remain vibrant and desire to continue with normal activities as long as possible. Nevertheless, if a guardian is appointed for the person and his or her estate, things may get complicated. While guardianship can be a critical responsibility to ensure the safety and well-being of an aging loved one, it may be difficult to stand by and watch a guardian overstepping the bounds of his or her duties.

Understanding the basics of probate

Probate often seems mysterious, and many in Florida may not understand its importance. In fact, it may seem like a long, drawn-out process that simply delays the time in which the heirs can receive their inheritance. However, probate has many vital steps that work together to ensure that the right people get what they deserve from the estate. Having a basic understanding of probate can help those who are facing the aftermath of a loved one's death.

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