Florida Probate Full Administration Definition

In a Florida probate case, where there is more than $75,000 of non-exempt property and the decedent died less than 2 years ago a Full or Formal administration is required. A formal administration can be used when the assets are lower than $75,000 but one can also do a summary administration.

Formal Probate: a proceeding before a probate judge either with a will or intestacy which is not a summary administration or disposition of property without administration and is governed by Chapter 733 of Florida statutes.

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