Hialeah Probate Lawyer:
Yanitza Schoonover is an experienced Hialeah probate lawyer who focuses her practice on probate administration, probate litigation and estate planning matters.
When a loved one passes away, family members of the decedent try to put all of the decedent’s affairs in order, this process can become time consuming and confusing. Sometimes, the family members must go through the court and go through a process called probate. The probate process can be very emotional, time consuming and costly, which is why it is important to hire a Hialeah probate attorney that can help and guide you through this process.
In Florida, there are primarily two types of administrations- Formal Administration and Summary Administration. A Summary Administration may be appropriate if the total value of the decedent’s assets that are subject to probate are $75,000.00 or less, or if the deceased person passed away more than two years from the filing date. However, just because the estate may be eligible for a summary administration it does not necessarily mean that it is the best choice.
A Formal Administration is typically needed when the assets of the deceased person are in excess of $75,000.00 and the person has been deceased for less than two years. There are many different factors that determine which estate would be best for that individual decedent’s estate. It is important to contact an attorney who is well versed in probate in Florida to help with the decision of which estate to open. The length of time to complete either one of these estates vary.
A Hialeah probate lawyer prepares all of the necessary documents for either a summary administration or a formal administration. The probate attorney also guides the client through the process and manages the case to make sure all requirements are being met and helps with what can seem to be a complicated and overwhelming process.
Hialeah Probate Lawyer
Hialeah is a city located in Miami-Dade County. As of the 2020 census, the population in Hialeah is 223,109. Hialeah is the sixth-largest city in Florida. The city is notable for its high Hispanic proportion, which at 94.0%, is the second-highest proportion of Hispanic Americans out of any city in the United States outside of Puerto Rico. Hialeah also has the highest percentage of Cuban and Cuban American residents of any city in the United States, at 73.37% of the population, making them a typical and prominent feature of the city's culture. The climate in Hialeah is a tropical monsoon climate which is hot and wet in the summers and warm and dry in the winters. Hialeah is a significant commercial center in Miami Dade County and hosts several national retailers. The culture and vibrant community make it a destination for great Latin American and Hispanic cuisine. If the residents of Hialeah would need to go through probate they will be using the Miami Dade Probate Court for any of their probate matters. Miami’s probate court has many cases that go through the probate process regularly, however, as busy as the probate court system is in Miami their system is very user friendly to navigate through. They have several procedures that were put into place to allow the cases to be completed in a timely manner.
Contact us today to discuss your situation and find out how we can help guide you through this process.
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