How do you find a Florida probate Attorney?
It is important to look for an attorney within the state where the decedent was domiciled at the time of their death.
The type of lawyer that should be used will depend on what the case will involve.
If there is expected litigation, you should choose a Florida probate litigation attorney.
Depending on the type and amount of assets and creditors, it may be necessary to find a local attorney so that in court issues can be handled economically. Many probate courts will allow out of town attorneys to appear by telephone, but this should be checked prior to selecting an attorney who is far from the court. In other instances, the attorney can have a local lawyer help in hearings that require presence in the court.
Other types of probate cases are often dealt with by mail or in ex parte hearings and can be done by an attorney anywhere in the state.
To discuss what type of attorney you should look for please Contact a Florida Probate Lawyer.