The personal representative of a Miami decedent’s estate must serve a copy of the notice of administration pursuant to Florida Probate Statute 733.212 to the following:

•    surviving spouse of the decedent
•    beneficiaries under the will
•    trustees of a trust
•    any persons entitled to exempt property
•    devisees under a prior will
•    heirs or interested parties or persons who may have a claim or interest in the decedent’s estate

Now that you have learned who is entitled to the notice, you can find out what provisions the Miami estate notice should contain. You can also see how much time a person has to file objections to the Miami notice of probate that’s being filed.

If you are involved in a Miami estate, you will do well to hire a Miami probate and estate attorney to assist you. A Miami probate and estate attorney represents personal representatives of estates, beneficiaries, heirs and other interested parties in routine estate matters, will contests and other estate litigation matters. If you wish to speak to a Miami estate attorney, call the Law Offices of Albert Gurevich at (786) 522-1411.