Elder Law represents individual fiduciaries, personal representatives, trustees, and others in connection with the administration of probate estates and trusts. Being cognizant of the emotional stress fiduciaries are often under as a result of the death of a loved one, our attorneys and staff members approach every service and client contact with a great deal of empathy and understanding.
We serve as the liaison between the court in the county in which the decedent resided and the fiduciary of the estate. We act timely in accordance with court orders and probate code time frames to efficiently distribute and administer the estate. Furthermore, we are careful to consider all beneficiaries and comply with all notice requirements.
In short, we seek to make the probate process less frustrating and more satisfying to our clients by being responsive and proactive with the estate as a whole.
We represent interested parties of an estate administration in court proceedings when they are not being fully informed and when their interests require protection. We draft creative pleadings and engage in effective advocacy, which are integral to ensuring all parties protect their interests when a loved one passes away. In the event that these types of matters become complicated or entangled, we challenge the status quo and think outside the box to reach a satisfactory resolution for our clients.
We can handle probate proceedings throughout the state of Florida (if uncontested), contested probate in Palm Beach County, Broward County, and Miami-Dade County, and throughout the state of New York (if uncontested).
For more information about probate or trust and estate administration, please contact us today or call us at (561) 750-3850 to make an appointment to speak to an attorney.