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Spouses

CLIENTS SPOUSES Spouses benefit from marital rights under many state probate laws that give them special inheritance rights, including priority for appointment as executor for a deceased spouse’s estate, a right to seek a family allowance for life’s necessities during the pendency of an administration, an ability to pursue a spousal property petition and possibly …

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Bay Area Probate Lawyers & Trust Attorneys

Bay Area Probate Lawyers & Trust Attorneys At RMO, our probate lawyers and trust litigation attorneys have the experience to effectively assist beneficiaries, heirs, families, and clients. Our attorneys have been recognized by SuperLawyers, AVVO, and Martindale-Hubble as the best in the Bay Area. (424) 320-9444 hello@rmolawyers.com 2121 North California Blvd., Suite 290, Walnut Creek, …

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Pasadena Probate Lawyers & Trust Attorneys At RMO, our probate lawyers and trust litigation attorneys have the experience to effectively assist beneficiaries, heirs, families, and clients. Our attorneys have been recognized by SuperLawyers, AVVO, and Martindale-Hubble as the best in Los Angeles. (424) 320-9444 hello@rmolawyers.com 225 S. Lake Avenue, Suite 300, Pasadena, CA 91101 SCHEDULE …

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How Long Do You Have To Contest Probate in Florida?

If a person passes away without a will, their assets are distributed by probate court according to Florida’s intestate succession laws. However, having a will does not mean you avoid probate court.  Florida probate court governs the disposition of all descendants’ (the person who passed away) estates. Many assets will pass directly to designated beneficiaries …

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What Are the Inheritance Laws in Florida?

In Florida, inheritance laws are based on whether there was a valid, enforceable last will and testament for the person who passed. If they had executed and signed a will, their remaining assets would typically be distributed according to the wishes outlined in the document. However, if someone passes away without a will, their assets …

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