AFTER A DEATH, FAMILY AND FRIENDS ARE OFTEN LEFT WITH THE PAINFUL TASK OF SORTING THROUGH THEIR LOVED ONE’S PROPERTY AND AFFAIRS.
Many are left wondering how to transfer assets such as cars, real estate and accounts. There are lots of questions like how to access funds or how to pay bills. Probate is the legal process to uniformly and systematically wind up a person’s affairs by distributing assets and paying debts. If the person had a will, then most of the process is guided by the intentions stated in the will. If there is no will, the law determines what will happen. Our goal is to guide our clients through the legal process while preserving as much of the assets for those left behind. Our compassionate attorneys are here to help you through the court system to settle your loved one’s affairs.
Losing a loved one is an incredibly difficult and stressful time of one’s life. You should not have to worry about their money, an estate, or the content of a will during this trying time alone. Integrity Law’s team of specialized attorneys are trained to handle legal issues surrounding the loss of a loved one and will be there for you in any way we can. Integrity Law can handle the legal issues, so you can get back to doing what is most important, celebrating the life of your loved one.
If you have any further questions about probate law proceedings or are in need of a consultation, please contact us at (904)-224-2100.
Probate Without a Will
Probate can be beneficial when a loved one passes away without a will. It can assure that their assets are allocated properly and their estate is taken care of. At Integrity Law, our legal team is incredibly experienced in dealing with probate and can make the legal process as smooth as possible.
Each state varies on how to handle a intestate death. Our experience on the First Coast make us especially qualified to handle Florida intestate deaths. If a loved one has just passed away, you have should not have to bear the burden of a court battle alone. Integrity Law is here to handle the legal proceedings, so you can get back to doing what is important.