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Executors must handle the fees associated with probate

When a loved one leaves behind a will as part of a Florida estate plan, that document needs validating by the court. This step is a part of the probate process, which also entails settling the decedent's final affairs. If the will designated an executor, this person has the responsibility of handling the tasks involved in the process, including taking care of the associated fees.

Asset distribution a touchy part of estate administration

Asset distribution is an important part of closing a Florida estate. However, there is a time for making such distributions, and it typically takes place at the end of the estate administration process. Of course, surviving loved ones who have had their eyes on certain items or who have been bequeathed items may try to get those assets sooner.

Closing digital accounts to prevent fraud vital during probate

While the death of a loved one is often a hard experience to go through, some Florida residents take comfort in the ways that that loved one remains present. For instance, some people may find it enjoyable to go to the deceased's social media accounts to look at old updates and photos. However, the executor of an estate also needs to address these accounts during probate to prevent fraud.

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