“My Business is Your Success.”
Romy B. Jurado, Esq.
Florida Probate Attorneys:
10 Years Of Proving Wills
My name is Romy B. Jurado and I have been proving wills in Florida since 2011. I understand how complex probate cases can be, and therefore, my experience and record in this practice area are the guarantee that you will obtain the results you expect.
From gathering the identified assets until distributing them to all the valid beneficiaries, my team and I are ready to help you. Especially for issues such as sizeable debts, will contests or if there is no will or estate planning documents, you can rely on me to solve these problems.
I will personally take you by the hand along with my team, to help you travel across this process. You will precisely identify the limits of the probate process in Florida while enjoying of enough accessibility, to bring you and the beneficiaries their corresponding assets.
Specialized on Florida Probate Cases: Distributing Probate Assets Fairly
For a will to be valid, it must be signed by the decedent and witness, and in addition, it must comply with all the requisites of Florida law. In case the will is proven as invalid, then the state would decide who will distribute and receive the assets.
With my help, you will not have to worry about this scenario, because your will and estate planning documents will receive all the necessary attention, to ensure that your assets are distributed amongst your loved ones.
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A Probate Attorney with Proven Performance in the Different Types of Probate in Florida
My services cover the different types of probate cases and the subsequent probate laws:
- Formal Administration
- Ancillary Administration
- Summary Administration
- Dispensation without Administration
With my services, you can receive the assistance you need in any scenario. From handling a conventional case of formal administration with an executor serving as the decedent’s personal representative to settling the estate assets in abbreviated terms with a summary administration, you can rely on me to obtain the results you expect.
Furthermore, for ancillary administration cases that involve a non-resident of the state of Florida that passes away and leaves real property and assets in the state, you can also rely on my services.
Finally, for no probate cases such as dispensation without administration in Florida, my experience will help you to speed up the process.
I Will Help You to Understand the Florida Probate Process
The judge will hold a necessary hearing in case that any questions emerge during the administration. The probate process can take 3-12 months depending on the peculiarities of the case.
I know that the process can be hard to understand, but in case you decide to hire my services, I will translate the complex terms into simple English, to help you understand it all, and hence, work together to make the best decisions for your case.
Assistance with the Personal Representative for Estate Administration in Florida
The judge decides the personal representative who will be in charge of administrating the decedent’s assets and estate planning.
The most usual functions of the representative involve (for all the assets):
• Handling debt claims
• Filling tax returns
In all of these cases, you will receive my help, to ensure that you handle them correctly, in case you happen to be the personal representative, to speed up the distribution stage.
To qualify as a personal representative, you must be a close relative of the decedent and reside in Florida. In case that the deceased did not select a personal representative in the will, the spouse of the decedent can serve as such.
In case that the spouse decides not to become the personal representative, heirs can decide a valid replacement, or the judge can appoint it. During the entire administration of the probate estate, you will receive my dedicated attention, to ensure that the assets are fairly distributed.
Solutions to Fulfill all the IRS Duties, Tax Return and other Key Aspects in Florida
A probate gives creditors the chance to file claims of unpaid debt by the decedent. Therefore, debts must be paid by the probate estate before they can be distributed. With my help, you will be able to separate valid claims from invalid debt claims, to only pay what is fair and necessary.
Dealing with the IRS after a death can be vastly confusing and difficult, but with my help, you will be able to manage all of these tax matters with ease. From establishing a new tax entity to ending the last tax year, you will deal with taxes the right way, to proceed to distribute the assets.
Talk to me today by calling (305) 921-0440 or emailing Romy@jflawfirm.com to schedule a consultation.
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