Probate Attorneys in Jacksonville, Duval County, Clay County, and St. John’s County:
Probate is legal process that occurs after a person dies if they had a will, a partially funded trust, or without any estate plan in place (which is called “intestate”). Not all property of the deceased falls under the rules of probate, however. Gleason Hope Law, P.A. of Jacksonville, FL can help you identify which property must be probated, and which property does not fall under the rules or probate.
In the probate process the court process assets and debts and retitles property. Probate can be a cumbersome and overwhelming process, especially in light of the recent passing of a loved one. This stressful time can lead to dissension, conflict and anger among family members who may not understand or agree with the wishes of their dearly departed. We can help resolve those conflicts that arise during the process. In Florida, state law requires an attorney to probate the estate, but not all attorneys will treat you and your family with the respect and patience the attorneys at Gleason Hope Law, P.A. will. The attorneys at Gleason Hope Law, P.A. will guide clients through the process, and explain the steps along the way. We will work hard to protect your rights and interests as well as the wishes of the deceased.
At Gleason Hope Law, our attorneys can help resolve those conflicts constructively and with compassion. Please call Gleason Hope Law at (904) 515-0909 for more information about the probate process and how it may affect you and your family.