Reimbursement Of Attorney Fees In Florida For Probate And Guardianship Cases
When it comes to probating a loved one’s estate or creating a guardian for a minor child who has inherited assets in Florida, many people are concerned about the cost of hiring an attorney for assistance.
Sadly, concerns about money prevent executors, beneficiaries and others from getting the help they need.
How Attorney Fees Are Paid
Fortunately, financial reimbursements are often available in probate or guardianship cases.
Attorney fees associated with probating assets and/or establishing a guardianship for a minor child or his or her property or money, is often considered an estate expense and may be eligible for reimbursement in Florida at the end of the administration period.
That means that you may be able to hire an attorney without any out-of-pocket expenses.
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Probate involves a very lengthy, complicated process. Our team of attorneys at Korshak & Associates, P.C., have over 60 years of collective experience. We have helped many individuals in Orlando and surrounding areas in similar circumstances.
Whether it’s filing the right paperwork, ascertaining debts and assets, or dealing with creditors-our ultimate goal is to minimize hurdles and reduce the lengthy process. We always offer one-on-one guidance every step of the way.
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As a client of our firm, you are more than just a number. Find out how we can help you. Contact us today to schedule a consultation at our office in Orlando or Casselberry.