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Trusted and Experienced Probate Attorneys Florida

Welcome to Morgan Legal Group, where we are proud to be recognized as the best probate attorneys in Florida. With years of experience and a strong commitment to excellence, our team is dedicated to providing top-tier probate services to clients throughout the state.

Why Choose Us

When it comes to selecting the best probate attorneys in Florida, here are three compelling reasons to choose Morgan Legal Group:

Proven Expertise

Our attorneys possess extensive expertise in probate law, having successfully handled a wide range of complex cases. We have an in-depth understanding of Florida’s probate regulations, ensuring that your case is in capable hands.

Personalized Solutions

We recognize that each probate case is unique. Our approach involves providing personalized solutions tailored to your specific needs and objectives. Whether it’s estate administration or probate litigation, we craft strategies that align with your goals.

Client-Centric Approach

At Morgan Legal Group, our clients always come first. We prioritize effective communication and transparency, ensuring that you are fully informed throughout the probate process. Your peace of mind is our ultimate goal.

Confidence in the legal field. We protect you from problems!

Andrew Ostrow, Esq

How we work:

Our approach to probate cases is rooted in efficiency, effectiveness, and a commitment to achieving the best possible outcomes for our clients. Here's a glimpse of how we work:

Step 1: Initial Consultation

We commence with an initial consultation to gain a comprehensive understanding of your probate case. This meeting allows us to evaluate the unique challenges and opportunities associated with your situation.

Step 2: Comprehensive Analysis

Our skilled attorneys conduct a thorough analysis of the estate, assets, and any potential issues. This analysis forms the basis for our tailored probate strategy.

Step 3: Customized Probate Plan

Based on our analysis, we create a customized probate plan that addresses the specific needs of your case. Our goal is to streamline the process, minimize complications, and protect your interests.

Step 4: Ongoing Support

We provide continuous support and guidance throughout the probate process. Our team remains accessible to address your questions and concerns, ensuring that your case progresses smoothly.


Frequently Asked Questions

Probate is the legal process of administering a deceased person’s estate. In Florida, it is necessary when someone passes away with assets solely in their name, or if there are certain jointly held assets.

The duration of probate can vary widely depending on the complexity of the case and any potential disputes. In Florida, a straightforward probate case may take around six months to a year, while more complex cases may take longer.

Executors or personal representatives in Florida are responsible for tasks such as inventorying and valuing assets, paying debts and taxes, and distributing assets to beneficiaries as outlined in the will or as directed by the court.

Yes, there are methods to avoid probate in Florida, such as establishing a revocable living trust, designating beneficiaries on certain assets, and joint ownership of property. Proper estate planning can help simplify the process.

If someone contests a will in Florida, it can lead to probate litigation. The court will review the grounds for the contest, and the final decision will depend on the evidence presented.

Yes, you can serve as an executor in Florida even if you live out of state. However, you may need to appoint a Florida resident as a co-executor or seek the assistance of a local attorney for certain aspects of the probate process.

While not mandatory, hiring an attorney for probate in Florida is highly advisable. An experienced probate attorney can navigate the complexities of the process, reduce potential errors, and ensure a smoother administration of the estate.

The costs of hiring a probate attorney in Florida can vary depending on the complexity of the case and the attorney’s fees structure. It’s essential to discuss fees and payment arrangements during the initial consultation.

Yes, we offer comprehensive estate planning services in addition to probate assistance. Our team can help you create a solid estate plan that aligns with your goals and addresses your unique needs, ensuring a smoother probate process down the road.

At Morgan Legal Group, our dedication to excellence, unmatched expertise, and client-centered approach set us apart. We prioritize your needs and work tirelessly to secure the best possible outcome for your probate case.