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Probate & Trust Administration FAQ

Probate lawyers and trust administration attorneys in Palm Coast, Flagler County, can help you with probate matters in Flagler CountyThe probate lawyers and trust administration attorneys with The Coleman Law Firm have assisted the people of Flagler County, and in particular those living in Palm Coast, with probate and trust administration matters for over 20 years. We are familiar with the probate court in Flagler County, and its operations and personnel. We have handled both summary probate proceedings, and formal administrations. Summary probate is available for those situations where there is less than $75,000 of assets that need to be probated. Formal administration is designed for those situations where the value of the assets in the estate is greater than $75,000. When litigation becomes necessary, we have extensive experience with regard to both probate litigation and trust challenges.

Below, our probate lawyers and trust administration attorneys have provided answers to a multitude of questions about probate and the administration of probate estates in Florida, as well as frequently asked questions about the administration of trust estates in Florida. The Florida Probate Code governs the administration of probate estates. The Florida Trust Code governs administration of trust estates. We are familiar with both the Probate Code and the Trust Code and have conducted continuing legal education programs for other probate lawyers and trust administration attorneys through The Florida Bar or other continuing legal education providers.

If you have a question about probate in Florida that is not listed below, don't hesitate to contact us with your questions. We promise we will respond within a day or two of you sending us your questions.

If you need assistance of and want an experienced Florida probate lawyer or trust administration attorney, in Flagler County, whether it's Palm Coast, Flagler Beach, Bunnell, or any of the other communities in Flagler County, we will be honored to assist you with those needs. We know we can help you complete your probate process efficiently and for reasonable probate attorney's fees. Call us in Palm Coast at (386) 585-7004, or email us at Info@ThePalmCoastProbateLawyer.com.  Thank you for visiting our website.

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