Probate Attorney in Miami Beach, Florida
What Is Probate?
Probate is the court-supervised process that happens when property goes from the estate of someone who has died (referred to as “the decedent”) to their beneficiaries. Probate occurs when someone dies without a properly funded trust that is signed while the individual is alive and competent, even if they had a will. If you need to start a new probate case in Miami Beach, Miami Dade County or Broward County, Florida, please contact probate attorney Ally M. Glaser P.A. for help. Please call me at (305) 532-1096 or fill out the online form to get started.
Is Probate Court Necessary?
Probate is a necessary process so that the decedent’s beneficiaries can get the assets the decedent intended. If the decedent left a will that is admitted to probate court, the court process will allow the beneficiaries to take ownership of the assets.
If the decedent did not have a will, probate court is required to determine who the beneficiaries are and how the property will be passed to them. Because the decedent didn’t leave legal stipulations, the assets and beneficiaries have to be determined by the law. An experienced probate lawyer will help.
How Does a Probate Attorney Help?
Sometimes probate lasts longer than at other times. Probate generally takes about five or six months, but more complicated cases can take much longer. That’s one reason why having the help of a probate attorney is so helpful. A good attorney like Ally M. Glaser P.A. can navigate the more complicated processes to make sure everything is done efficiently and correctly, therefore reducing the necessary time for probate.
How Do I Get Help?
If you need to start a new probate case in Miami Beach, Miami Dade County or Broward County, Florida, please contact probate attorney Ally M. Glaser P.A. for help. Please call me at (305) 532-1096 or fill out the online form to get started.