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Tag Archives: The Villages Probate Attorney


How Long Does Probate Take?

By Eric Millhorn |

Probate is the process of winding up a deceased person’s estate under the supervision of the probate court. As part of the process, the judge will need to find that a person has died and pass on the validity of any will that the person created. The probate judge also names a personal representative… Read More »


Lawsuits Against Personal Representatives

By Eric Millhorn |

The personal representative of an estate is charged with many important tasks, such as safekeeping estate assets and paying off debts.  Because this person has such control over estate assets, the opportunity for them to steal or waste assets is very great. At Millhorn Elder Law Group, we receive many questions about whether a… Read More »


Compensation As A Florida Personal Representative

By Eric Millhorn |

Being the personal representative of an estate is a lot of work. Not only must you submit the deceased’s will to probate court, but you will also need to deal with the estate’s assets and debts. Many people serve as personal representative for their parents or for their spouse but are unaware of the… Read More »


Select Ways To Transfer Real Estate Property Without Going Through Probate

By Eric Millhorn |

Sometimes when two or more people co-own real estate property they want to ensure that if one of them passes, the other owner’s’ property interests are protected, and any transfer of property rights is done in a simplified way that avoids probate court. Choosing the right type of conveyance for your heirs can be… Read More »

Professional Trust Administrators

By Eric Millhorn |

If you are planning your estate, chances are it will include at least one trust. In order to create a trust, a grantor must name a trustee. Trustees perform many functions, including the administration of trusts. However, in this article “trust administrator” and “trustee” are used interchangeably. Sometimes a grantor will want to name… Read More »

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