How Can You Avoid Probate?

The idea of having their affairs made public in Court and enduring a lengthy Court proceeding is distasteful to many Florida residents. If you want to avoid probate, having a Will is generally not enough. You will need to create a Revocable Trust and a related “Pourover Will.” As long as your trust is properly funded, these two documents together will make sure your assets pass seamlessly to your beneficiaries, without having to go through the probate process.

McCabe Harrison

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McCabe is a knowledgeable and compassionate estate planning and probate attorney with a special understanding of the financial and tax side of your final affairs. With an advanced degree (L.L.M.) in taxation, and deep connections to Florida, McCabe balances love and logic in helping his clients create and execute their estate plans.

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Casey Harrison

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Casey is a sympathetic and savvy probate attorney with nearly a decade of experience first working within, and later arguing in front of, Florida’s circuit and appellate courts. He applies this versatile background with attentiveness and an even-keeled approach to address your most complicated probate matters from an all-around perspective.

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