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We Know What Florida Law Says You Are Entitled To

When the time comes to distribute assets of an estate, there are good reasons for a personal representative to exercise caution. Working with an experienced and knowledgeable estate attorney can help avoid costly errors and accusations of breach of fiduciary duty.

Korshak & Associates, P.A., provides personal representatives (also known as executors) with the guidance they need to confidently allocate money and other property left by a deceased person. We often work with out-of-town and out-of-state family members or other personal representatives. A first step will be to determine if a valid will exists. If there is no will, we can help expedite intestate probate procedures.

If you are responsible for settling an estate, we can help you through all stages of the process, including evaluating any existing will for its validity, filing appropriate documents with a probate court, distributing assets, settling real estate transfer problems, negotiating creditors’ claims and resolving any conflicts that arise. We can represent you in a dispute such as a will contest if necessary. We understand a family’s desire to expedite the correct, lawful distribution of assets.

Contact Our Orlando And Casselberry Probate Attorneys

To speak with a central Florida lawyer about distribution of assets after the death of a loved one, contact Korshak & Associates. Our offices in Casselberry and Orlando, located near major roads, offer easy access and free parking. We accept cash, checks and major credit cards. To schedule a consultation, call 888-681-4389 . You may also contact us by email.

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Contact us today to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced attorneys. We have offices in Casselberry and Orlando.