#1 Florida Probate Book SIMPLIFY SETTLING AN ESTATE Settling a loved one's estate - whether a will is present or not - is not difficult, but it is filled with legal technicalities you have to know. Probate and Settle an Estate in Florida clarifies all of these rules and takes you through the process in an easy-to-understand fashion. Let it help you put this trying time behind you . LEARN HOW TO: Navigate Through the Probate Process End Claims Made by Creditors Prioritize Your Responsibilities to the Estate Close an Estate with No Will READY-TO-GO FORMS with Step-by-Step Instructions ESSENTIAL DOCUMENTS YOU NEED TO: Protect your family Distribute property Resolve tax-related matters Finalize outstanding issues And much more. qTheir legal survival guides are dynamite and very readable.q - Small Business Opportunities qExplaining the way the law works.q - Daily Herald qSphinx [legal guides] are staples of legal how-to collections.q - Library JournalOther proceedings may be declared adversary by service on interested persons of a separate declaration that the proceeding is adversary. (1) If served by the petitioner, the declaration shall be served with the petition to which it relates.
|Title||:||Probate and Settle an Estate in Florida|
|Author||:||Gudrun M. Nickel|
|Publisher||:||Sourcebooks, Inc. - 2006|