Are you required to hire a Florida Attorney for an Ancillary Probate?


Florida Statute requires that an ancillary personal representative must be represented by an attorney admitted to practice in Florida unless the ancillary personal representative is either admitted to practice law in Florida and acting as the personal representative or is the sole interested person in the estate.
The hiring of an attorney is an important decision and we encourage you along with all our clients to interview multiple attorneys and seek out the most qualified and experienced lawyer that will meet your needs. Contact us to discuss your matter with one of our attorneys today.

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