A Miami probate estate involves many persons. The primary persons that may be part of the proceeding include the following:

• Executor of personal representative named in a decedent’s will.
• Surviving spouse, children, grandchildren, parents, siblings and other relatives.
• Other beneficiaries or interested parties.
• Clerk of the Miami-Dade Probate Court where probate matters for a Miami resident are filed.
• Probate Judge assigned to the case.
• Creditors or other claimants that may be owed money by the decedent.
• IRS if the estate is subject to federal estate taxes (Florida does not have a state estate tax).

And of course, a Florida probate and estate attorney who may represent the estate, personal representative, the beneficiaries or interested parties. If you are looking for a Miami estate attorney, call Albert Gurevich at (786) 522-1411.