Orlando Intestate Administration Attorney
If a loved one dies without leaving a will, it is referred to as intestacy. In these cases, the process of dividing and distributing assets, which follows the death, is called intestate administration.
Each family will face a different set of circumstances in intestate administration. Sometimes a loved one did leave a will, but it did not fully designate beneficiaries for all assets. Many times there will be no surviving spouse, but multiple adult children. In other instances, there may be a surviving second spouse and adult children from a first marriage. In each of these cases, who is entitled to what?
Helping You Navigate The Complexities Of Intestate Administration
At Korshak & Associates, P.A., we represent individuals and families in the probate process after the passing of a loved one. When your family member dies without a will, it can be difficult to know what you are entitled to. In some instances, there may be disagreements between surviving family members, so understanding how to protect your rights is important.
Our lawyers have more than 45 years of combined legal experience, and we have helped a significant number of clients navigate the probate process and intestate administration. We will ensure that you understand your legal entitlements and how to exercise your rights.
We know that losing a family member is a difficult life event, so our attorneys make it a priority to provide the compassionate service that you need as we help you through the legal process. Although finding legal representation may be the last thing on your mind at this time, the sooner we get involved, the sooner we can resolve your loved one’s estate.
Contact Our Florida Intestacy Law Lawyers
With offices in Casselberry and Orlando, we represent clients throughout central Florida in all family law matters. To speak with an Orlando intestate administration lawyer at Korshak & Associates, P.A., call 888-681-4389 . You may also contact us by email.