Why out of state property owners need probate for their Florida properties?

Coping with the passing of a loved one is challenging, and it can be even more intricate when you discover that they owned property in Florida.

To either sell the property or transfer its ownership to heirs, title insurance will require the completion of a Florida Probate.

Unfortunately, some families assume that a probate carried out in the state where the decedent lived and resided would suffice in Florida, but this is not the case.

As the property is situated in Florida, it is necessary to complete a Florida Probate, even if probate has already been conducted in the state where the decedent lived and resided.

Don’t let the complexity of the situation overwhelm you. Our team is here to help you navigate the probate process. Contact us to learn more about probate obligations for out-of-state Florida property owners.

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