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What is Ancillary Probate?

Ancillary probate is a second probate. So let's say a person dies here in the state of Florida and still owns a piece of property up in New York. You would go through probate down here in Florida, and then there would be a second probate up in the state of New York....

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What is ICP Medicaid?

ICP Medicaid is institutional care program Medicaid. It's skilled nursing or nursing home Medicaid. It helps people pay for the cost of the facility for Medicaid and some basic medical care. Head to our YouTube Channel to learn more. Contact our firm with any...

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What is Probate?

Probate is an after death administrative process that makes sure your final bills and expenses are paid, and then distributes the assets to your heirs or to your beneficiaries. Head to our YouTube Channel to learn more!  If you have any questions about probate or...

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What is the Notice to Creditors?

After a probate administration is opened up, the personal representative will publish a notice to creditors. This is not the same thing as an obituary column in the paper. This is a notice to the whole world that this person has passed away and they now have a certain...

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When is a Person Medically Needy Under Medicaid?

When a person passes away here in Florida and you're going to do a probate, the only assets that have to go through probate are what was individually owned by the decedent. So there was no joint ownership, there was no beneficiary designation on the account. Those are...

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Where is Probate Handled?

Generally speaking, a person is medically needy and eligible for Medicaid here in the state of Florida if they have trouble doing the activities of daily living. They can't walk or stand without assistance, they can't feed themselves without assistance. Now, that's...

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Who Can Challenge a Will in Florida?

When you have to open a probate administration here in Florida, you're going to do that in the county where the person passed away. To learn more about probate in Florida, head to our YouTube video. Don't wait to contact us with your questions.

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