07. PROTECTING BENEFICIARIES
Beneficiary Rights Lawyer
Experienced Florida Probate Oversight Lawyer
If you have been named as a beneficiary in the will of someone who has died, you may need legal representation in order to effectively protect your rights during the probate process. Even if there are no current disputes about the will, it may be in your interests to contact a lawyer.
At The Yates Law Firm, P.A., our experienced Tampa beneficiary rights attorneys provide individualized attention and skilled guidance to probate beneficiaries. Our founding attorney, Carla B. Yates, has been practicing Florida probate law for over 35 years.
Representing You During the Administration of the Estate
In a probate case, the personal representative — someone named in the deceased person’s will or appointed by the court — is essentially in charge of the process. However, beneficiaries have several key oversight rights. Our firm can take the following steps to protect your rights:
File required notices with the probate court
Review all the paperwork to ensure that everything is in order
Advocate for your interests vis-à-vis other beneficiaries and creditors
Initiate probate litigation if necessary
Contact Us to Discuss Protecting Your Inheritance
If you are concerned about ensuring that you receive the inheritance you are entitled to under a will, we encourage you to call us at 813-254-6516 or 888-450-2930 or send us an e-mail to schedule a consultation with an experienced Florida probate attorney.