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Miami Attorneys for Out-of-State Probate Administration

The probate and estate administration process involves resolving the final affairs of a decedent's estate. If you are in charge of a Florida estate but do not reside in Florida, you may be unsure about the legal process on which you are about to embark.

At the Law Offices of Frye & Vazquez, P.L., our Miami lawyers represent out-of-state executors who require guidance with Florida probate. We are able to effectively guide executors and beneficiaries through the process, all while minimizing travel to and from Florida. In many cases, we are able to resolve the probate process with little in-person contact with our clients. Each case is different, and it may be necessary for you to travel to the state, but we strive to handle all probate processes on your behalf. Contact an out-of-state probate administration lawyer from our firm to learn more.

We Guide Out-of-State Clients Through the Estate Administration Process

Executors are responsible for various tasks during probate and estate administration. Our Miami lawyers offer local representation to out-of-state executors and aid in the seamless execution of tasks that include:

  • Notifying the heirs and beneficiaries
  • Filing all probate-related documents
  • Identifying and gathering the decedent's assets
  • Paying estate taxes if applicable
  • Paying creditors if applicable
  • Distributing assets to heirs
  • Closing the estate

Our attorneys can be your local resource for your Florida probate matter — whether you live across the country or across state lines.

For Probate, Will Contests and More, Contact a Florida Lawyer

If you reside in a state other than Florida and require assistance with a Florida probate matter, schedule a phone consultation with the Law Offices of Frye & Vazquez, P.L. Call 305-508-5749 or contact us online.

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