Gregory A. Ebenfeld, P.A.
Serving Clients In Southeastern Florida Talk To Attorney Gregory A. Ebenfeld Today. Call 954-998-1588.

Guiding You Through Probate And Estate Administration

Florida law requires an attorney for probate administration.

Regardless of the size of your estate, you should have an estate plan in place. This is because estate planning provides an opportunity for you to preserve your values. That planning includes naming a personal representative to administer your estate.

Representing You During Probate Court Procedures

We have extensive knowledge of Florida probate laws and procedures. Although this complex court process may seem overwhelming, we will work with your executor to navigate every step of the process, including:

  • Creating action items
  • Making the necessary court filings
  • Following up with unattended financial accounts
  • Performing inventory and valuation of the estate's assets
  • Effecting the transfer or liquidation of assets
  • Ensuring the estate's tax and debt obligations are satisfied
  • Communicating with beneficiaries

When you come to our law firm, you will benefit from our roots in this community. Many seniors in Hollywood, Florida, may be legally domiciled or own real estate in a different state. In order to transfer that title to the beneficiaries named in your will, Florida law requires a proceeding known as an ancillary probate. We are thoroughly experienced in deed transfers. In fact, attorney Gregory Ebenfeld has written a book on this subject. We even coined a term, Super Deed, to describe one of our efficient strategies for transferring real property without the need for probate.

Contact An Experienced Probate And Estate Administration Attorney

For estate planning services in Hollywood, Florida, call Gregory A. Ebenfeld, P.A., at 954-998-1588 to schedule a free initial consultation, or contact us online.

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