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About Us

Morgan Legal Group is a leading law firm specializing in probate law in Florida. With a wealth of experience and a track record of success, our team of dedicated attorneys is committed to providing comprehensive probate services to clients across the state.

Why Choose Us

When it comes to probate matters, choosing the right lawyer is essential. Here are three reasons why Morgan Legal Group stands out:

Extensive Experience

Our team brings years of experience to the table, handling a wide range of probate cases with professionalism and expertise. We have successfully guided countless clients through the probate process, ensuring their interests are protected every step of the way.

Personalized Approach

At Morgan Legal Group, we understand that every probate case is unique. We take the time to listen to our clients, understand their needs and objectives, and develop tailored solutions that address their specific circumstances. Our personalized approach sets us apart and ensures the best possible outcome for our clients.

Commitment to Excellence

We are committed to excellence in everything we do. From the initial consultation to the resolution of your probate matter, we provide attentive service, clear communication, and unwavering support. Our dedication to our clients’ success drives us to go above and beyond to achieve favorable results.

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

Andrew Ostrow, Esq

How we work:

Our approach to probate law is strategic, thorough, and client-focused. Here's an overview of our process:

Step 1: Initial Consultation

We begin by scheduling an initial consultation to discuss your probate needs and objectives. During this meeting, we’ll review your case, answer any questions you may have, and outline a strategy for moving forward.

Step 2: Case Evaluation

Once we have a clear understanding of your situation, we’ll conduct a comprehensive evaluation of your case. This includes gathering relevant documents, assessing potential challenges, and identifying opportunities to achieve your goals.

Step 3: Strategic Planning

Based on our evaluation, we’ll develop a strategic plan tailored to your specific needs and objectives. This may involve drafting legal documents, negotiating with opposing parties, or representing you in court proceedings.

Step 4: Resolution

Throughout the probate process, we’ll keep you informed of any developments and provide guidance every step of the way. Our goal is to achieve a favorable resolution efficiently and effectively, ensuring your interests are protected at all times.

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If you’re facing probate issues in Florida, don’t hesitate to contact Morgan Legal Group today. Our experienced probate lawyers in Miami are here to provide you with the guidance and support you need to navigate the probate process successfully.

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Probate is the legal process of administering a deceased person’s estate, including distributing assets to beneficiaries and settling outstanding debts. Probate may be necessary if the deceased left behind assets solely in their name or if there are disputes over the validity of the will.

The duration of the probate process can vary depending on factors such as the complexity of the estate, the presence of disputes, and state laws. In Florida, the process typically takes six months to a year, but it can take longer in contested cases.

Hiring a probate lawyer can be beneficial, especially if the estate is complex or if there are disputes among beneficiaries. A probate lawyer can guide you through the process, ensure that all legal requirements are met, and help resolve any conflicts that arise.

An executor, also known as a personal representative, is responsible for managing the deceased person’s estate during the probate process. Their duties may include locating assets, paying debts and taxes, and distributing property to beneficiaries according to the terms of the will.

Yes, it is possible to contest a will if you believe it is invalid or if you have concerns about its authenticity. However, contesting a will can be complex and challenging, so it’s essential to seek legal advice from an experienced probate attorney.

If someone dies without a will, their estate will be distributed according to the laws of intestacy in Florida. This means that the estate will be divided among the deceased person’s closest relatives, such as their spouse, children, or parents, depending on the circumstances.

A living will, also known as an advance directive, is a legal document that allows you to specify your wishes regarding medical treatment in the event that you become incapacitated and unable to communicate. Having a living will ensures that your healthcare preferences are respected and followed.

Yes, you can make changes to your estate plan at any time by updating your legal documents through a process called amendment or restatement. It’s important to work with an experienced estate planning attorney to ensure that your changes are properly executed and legally valid.

Probate is the legal process of administering a deceased person’s estate, which can be time-consuming, expensive, and subject to public scrutiny. You can avoid probate by implementing strategies such as creating a revocable living trust, designating beneficiaries on your accounts, and making lifetime gifts.

The cost of probate can vary depending on factors such as the complexity of the estate, the services provided by the attorney, and court fees. We offer transparent fee structures and will provide you with a detailed estimate during your initial consultation.