Naples, Florida Law Firm – Probate Administration

Probate administration in Florida has specific rules to follow, and personal representatives of the decedent must work with an attorney in most probate matters. The entire process can be lengthy and confusing, especially for people who have never been appointed as personal representative in the past. Attorney Brandon R. Bytnar is familiar with the aspects of Florida probate law, and understands the best way to approach even the most complex probate administration issues.

Law Office of Brandon R. Bytnar, P.L.

Those named as personal representative (executor or administrator) of a decedent’s estate for purposes of administering a will, or who have been court-appointed by a judge in the probate division of a county’s circuit court, often seek help and legal advice from the Law Office of Brandon R. Bytnar, in Naples, Florida. As a Florida probate administration lawyer, Attorney Bytnar has knowledge of specific statutory law and case law that applies to probate (estate) matters in this state. He is a comforting advisor to those who are administering estates, as well as a strong ally for clients who want to contest a will or trust.

Attorney Brandon R. Bytnar

Brandon is proud of his reputation as a friendly and caring attorney who enjoys helping clients work through stressful situations. His clients may be those who are trying to administer estate planning documents like a will or trust, or they may be on the other side, contesting the distribution of a decedent’s estate. Brandon places great emphasis on excellent client service, with a mission to provide every client with individual attention, care, and support, while making sure that he is easily accessible to his clients. Brandon is closely involved with his clients and their cases, and is available to them so that they are kept informed at every stage of the probate process.

Probate Administration Lawyer

A personal representative (executor or administrator of a decedent’s probate estate) has many duties, including some or all of the following:

  • Preserving assets
  • Consolidating assets
  • Distributing assets
  • Filing petitions and other documents with the court or in the public records
  • Providing notice to creditors
  • Addressing claims against the estate
  • Transferring assets to beneficiaries
  • Paying taxes
  • Publishing legal notices
  • Selling property
  • Paying debts
  • Enforcing the terms of the will

If you are appointed or designated to administer a will, trust or other estate planning document in Florida, or if you are a creditor or wish to contest a will or trust, you should seek legal representation from the Law Office of Brandon R. Bytnar, P.L. Put Brandon’s experience with Florida probate administration and estate laws to work for you. Call Southwest Florida Attorney Brandon R. Bytnar today at his law office in Naples, Florida (239-592-9211)!

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