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Serving All Of Florida Protecting The Rights Of Clients In Various Law Practice Areas

You may hire an lawyer to represent you , and he or she's ready to communicate with the lawyer who represents the fiduciary. Even if a lawyer drafts the record, many will utilize a 1 size fits all approach that may oftentimes be bad for the customer. You can and ought to find the help of an lawyer to look after a great deal of these steps of the probate procedure, however there are a couple of things that you will wind up performing by yourself. Even if a lawyer utilizes a paralegal for a variety of activities, it may nonetheless be expensive. He is not a trustee while acting in the role of representative, so the principles governing the house of trusts shouldn't apply. When you employ an estate settlement attorney to assist you take a parent's Will through probate, you're still concerned with the general proceedings and offer invaluable family knowledge to guarantee the perfect outcome.

You ought to find out more about the probate procedure in your state and determine whether you could qualify for a exceptional probate approach. Accordingly, while the probate process could possibly be fine for a few estates, others might want to attempt to stop probate regardless of what. The formal procedure, which is ran by means of a judge in probate court, is required if there's a dispute among inheritance.

In situations like this, it's perfect for the executor who's not engaging to renounce theright to be a co-executor. It might also be simpler for your executors if there's more than 1 person to split the job and the responsibility. Moreover, if your executor of selection happens to reside in another state, you are likely to want to look at your country's law to see if it imposes any identifying requirements.

Get Approval Whoever you opt to serve as your executor, be certain you obtain their approval at first before naming them in your will. In a nutshell, the two executors would need to carry out their duties as one. You might also have to check at younger executors, though it is tempting to select a sibling or a close buddy. It is not uncommon for those who've been appointed as an executor in a will to never wish to take at work. In fact, being chosen as an Executor may also feel as a burden, an obligation you may not need to handle for an assortment of explanations. Even though having an executor is a huge responsibility, plenty of individuals are ready to perform it. In the event that you were called executor of a will, then you need to acquire legal aid immediately from a Connecticut probate lawyer so that you will know what things to anticipate.

The executor has lots of responsibility. He or she is responsible for numerous duties that they are required to execute in a timely and proper manner. The appointed executor does not need to consult the alternative executor. In the event the major executor takes the position that the alternative does not have any function.

An Executor is at a special place of trust. In spite of a detailed Will, your executor is going to be called upon in order to make decisions to your advantage. A corporate executor includes executor services offered by means of a trust business. On account of the complexity involved, many human executors need to employ professionals to provide assist.


The Burbine Law Firm makes itself available for its clients and provides a free initial consultation to anyone who contacts them or knocks on their door.

The Burbine Law Firm P.A. helps with legal issues involving: Divorce and Family Law (e. g. child custody, child support law); Foreclosure and Real Estate Law; Estate Planning and Probate Law, Immigration, and Business Law.

Our commitment to our clients

Integrity — We act with truthfulness, honor and reliability to achieve the best results for our clients.

Excellence — We invest in the people and technology necessary to provide our clients with exceptional representation.

Service — We give each of our clients personal attention and handle each case efficiently and cost-effectively.

Zeal — We advocate for our clients’ rights and litigate their claims aggressively when trial can accomplish the most beneficial outcome.

Communication — We update our clients about the status of their cases, promptly return calls and remain available to answer questions and address concerns.

Our Practice Areas

Receive the advanced legal representation you deserve at The Burbine Law Firm, P.A. Our Attorneys are experienced in the following areas:

  • Divorce
    • Simple Divorce
    • Military Divorce
    • Spousal Support
    • Division of Property
    • Marital Settlement Agreements
    • Modification of Orders
    • Contempt of Orders
  • Children
    • Paternity
    • Child Support
    • Child Custody/Time-sharing
    • Visitation
  • Adoption
Real Estate Transactions and Litigation (Commercial and Residential)
  • Foreclosure Litigation
  • Buying and Selling Property
  • Contract and Document Drafting and Review
  • Title Issues
  • Closings
  • HOA and Condominium Law
    • Collection of delinquent assessments
    • Lien Foreclosures
    • Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution
    • Covenant and Rule Enforcement
    • Governing Document Creation, Review and Revisions
    • Contract Review and Drafting
    • Attend Board Meetings
    • Advising Board on Legal Issues
Estate Planning
  • Last Will & Testament
  • Living Will
  • Trusts
  • Power of Attorney
  • Health Care Surrogate
Probate and Trust Administration/Litigation
  • Act as Personal Representative
  • Act as Trustee
  • Breach of Fiduciary Claims
  • Will Contest
  • Removal of Personal Representative
  • Elective Share
  • Beneficiary Rights
General Civil Litigation

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