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Overcoming Your Fear of Florida Probate
After a loved one dies, you may feel overwhelmed by the amount of things you are responsible for handling.
Your own grieving aside, you may be expected to help plan the funeral, make arrangements for the burial and comfort other mourning relatives.
If you are also responsible for the probate and trust administration, you may be feeling as though the task before you is impossible. Although the probate and estate administration process can be time-consuming, it is conquerable.
Deland probate lawyer Glenn Lee Nye has more than 30 years of experience helping clients probate estates. Our law firm works with clients throughout Deland and Central Florida, giving them the counsel they need from start to finish. Contact us online or call 386-490-1207 to schedule your appointment.
Two Ways to Conquer the Florida Probate Process
Although many people are afraid of it, the probate process does not need to be scary. Our Florida probate attorney will guide you every step of the way. In most instances, it is just a matter of completing legal documents, and clients rarely need to go to probate court. We work to help you move through the process as expeditiously and efficiently as possible.
When you are the executor of an estate, you are responsible for identifying estate assets, determining tax implications and making sure all debts are ascertained and paid. We help our clients complete this process however they are most comfortable:
If you want to do all the leg work, we can oversee the probate and just handle the legal pieces. Working through the process in this way often empowers the personal representative.
If you have enough on your plate with your other responsibilities, we can handle everything. Although we make sure you understand what is happening, your primary responsibility is signing the paperwork.
Contact a Florida Estate and Trust Administration Lawyer
Estate and trust administration attorney Glenn Nye has a master's degree in taxation.
He understands the tax implications involved with probating an estate.
With more than three decades of estate administration and probate law under his belt, he has the experience you could expect to find at a large law firm.
Yet, he never loses track of what matters most: you and your goals for the representation.
To schedule your appointment with an experienced probate lawyer in Deland, Florida, contact our law firm online or call 386-490-1207.
To learn more about Florida probate, please see our FAQ on probate.