Tampa Formal Administration Probate Attorney
Formal Administration is the traditional process of probate. It begins with the appointment of a personal representative, usually the executor of the will, by a probate judge and a petition to open the estate. An executor of a will can be a trusted family member, friend, attorney, or anyone you can count on to carry out your final wishes and proper distribution of your assets upon your passing.
The probate judge can assign a party to be the personal representative who is not the executor of the will. This is common in probate cases where the will is being disputed or when an attorney is hired to handle the probate process for the beneficiaries.